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    Who's resitting this module? What did you get last year and what do you want this year?
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    im resitting, got a D overall in AS chem last year, pretty confident i can get a strong A in unit 1... i hope anyway
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    Is this for Edexcel? I got a B overall and a B in unit 1. Hopefully I can get a high A this time.
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    (Original post by Ismail786)
    im resitting, got a D overall in AS chem last year, pretty confident i can get a strong A in unit 1... i hope anyway
    I got a B hopefully an A this year

    (Original post by Year11guy)
    Is this for Edexcel? I got a B overall and a B in unit 1. Hopefully I can get a high A this time.
    AQA but other boards are wlecome
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    Hi.. i got a C last year for chem unit 1 but say if something happens tomorrow and i do worse does the C still count - does highest mark go forward.
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    I'm resitting. I got a B overall last year, and a C in Unit 1 (somehow I got higher in Unit 2... A.K.A 6 UMS away from an A in that unit).

    Hoping for an A/A* this year. Well, I need an A in A2.

    zoedhin Highest mark does go forward.
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    im resitting only got a c on unit 1 super disappointed with that.
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    I think its because the possibilities are:
    16+16 = 32
    16+17 = 33
    16+18 = 34
    17+17 = 34
    17+18 = 35
    18+18 = 36
    so theres only 5 peaks because 2 give 34
    I hope that makes sense!
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    (Original post by Neha121101)
    I think its because the possibilities are:
    16+16 = 32
    16+17 = 33
    16+18 = 34
    17+17 = 34
    17+18 = 35
    18+18 = 36
    so theres only 5 peaks because 2 give 34
    I hope that makes sense!
    Ah yes that does thanks a lot


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    My third attempt lol got a C first time then a D last year hoping for an A this time!!
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    (Original post by polarbear123)
    My third attempt lol got a C first time then a D last year hoping for an A this time!!
    were in the same boat went from a U to a C now hoping for better
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    Do the electrons fill each shell indiviually then fill up in pairs?
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    (Original post by SirRaza97)
    Do the electrons fill each shell indiviually then fill up in pairs?
    Each orbital individually first, yes.
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    Anyone know how to do c


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    Anyone know how to do c


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    - Peak at 79 and 81
    - of the same height
    - Peak at 158, 160 and 162
    - 1 : 2 : 1 height for the molecular ion peaks
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    (Original post by Sniperdon227)
    - Peak at 79 and 81
    - of the same height
    - Peak at 158, 160 and 162
    - 1 : 2 : 1 height for the molecular ion peaks
    Why peaks at 158, 160 and 162?what is with the ratio?
 
 
 
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