OCR A 2016 new spec CHEM depth predictions.

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Chmbiogeog
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Anyone got any predictions for the depth paper on Friday?
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There is gonna be more organic, there was hardly any in the breadth
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Boltzmann distribution, Hess' law and enthalpy diagrams

and 40% of questions will be maths, but that goes without saying


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Topics not covered in breadth paper :

Intermolecular bonding, pV = nRT, Mechanisms for electrophilic and nucleophilic, Spectroscopy, % yield, Boltzman, Polymerisation, Practical methods, Ozone, Bond enthalpy, Disproportionation, Markownikoff
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Chemistry Depth PaperUpdated List:-Mechanism(S) Of Any Reactions-Ozone Depletion-Group 2 And Trends-Analytical Techniques e.g Ms, Ir...-Types Of Bonding e.g London Forces-History Of The Periodic Table-Catalysts-Polymers-Collision Theory-Identification Of Ions-Boltzmann Distributions-Energy Profile Diagrams-Alcohol Reactions-Electronegativity (Possibly Pauling Values, Van Der Waals (LONDON FORCES), Permanent Dipoles)-Practical Q (Titrations, Standard Solutions, Organic Synthesis, Separating and Purifying Products)-Hess' Law?-Rate Of Reaction-Boltzmann Is Very Likely-Bonding (Giant Covalent, Simple Molecular etc)-Properties Of Alcohols-Properties Of Alkanes-Radicals

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Chemistry Depth PaperUpdated List:-Mechanism(S) Of Any Reactions-Ozone Depletion-Group 2 And Trends-Analytical Techniques e.g Ms, Ir...-Types Of Bonding e.g London Forces-History Of The Periodic Table-Catalysts-Polymers-Collision Theory-Identification Of Ions-Boltzmann Distributions-Energy Profile Diagrams-Alcohol Reactions-Electronegativity (Possibly Pauling Values, Van Der Waals (LONDON FORCES), Permanent Dipoles)-Practical Q (Titrations, Standard Solutions, Organic Synthesis, Separating and Purifying Products)-Hess' Law?-Rate Of Reaction-Boltzmann Is Very Likely-Bonding (Giant Covalent, Simple Molecular etc)-Properties Of Alcohols-Properties Of Alkanes-Radicals

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Did Isomerism come up in the breadth paper?
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Thank you so so much :adore:
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These are the topics my chemistry teacher predicts are highly likely to appear in Fridays Depth paper as they weren't in the Breadth.

Electrophilic add/nucleophilic sub
PV=nRT
Practical description
IR/MS
% yield
London forces
Permanent dipole
Hydrogen bond
Boltzmann distribution
Ionic/metallic bonding
Group 2
Periodicity

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