Chemistry OCR Depth 2016 Predictions Watch

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Anyone have any predictions for the upcoming exam? I'm guessing free radical sub. is bound to come up..
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Anyone have any predictions for the upcoming exam? I'm guessing free radical sub. is bound to come up..
Probably spectroscopy. maybe something on chemical synthesis
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Probably spectroscopy. maybe something on chemical synthesis
Definitely spectroscopy! And of course, the standard 'energy levels and spectra' questions...
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Will trends in periodicity come up since it didn't in Breadth?
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Definitely spectroscopy! And of course, the standard 'energy levels and spectra' questions...
What... what is that
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What... what is that
Mate, you got a few hours left. You need to revise.
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In all seriousness, what does he mean by energy levels and spectra...seems more physics lol
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In all seriousness, what does he mean by energy levels and spectra...seems more physics lol
Yeah what is he chatting, probably badly worded... Derkbait
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Definitely spectroscopy! And of course, the standard 'energy levels and spectra' questions...
Energy level?
This is a Chemistry thread not Physics mate
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Energy level?
This is a Chemistry thread not Physics mate
Energy levels referee to the energy levels of sub-shells in atoms.
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What are likely to be the big six markers? Mass spectrometry and what else?

I doubt there will be any organic synthesis.
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What are likely to be the big six markers? Mass spectrometry and what else?

I doubt there will be any organic synthesis.
Probably mass spectrometry and a bonding question - covalent or ionic structures maybe?
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Just remember the main practicals, especially in Organic Chemistry.
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