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    Anyone want to help to make an unofficial mark scheme for chemistry? How did you all find it?
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    Q1. Glass rod/stirring rod
    Q2. Bunsen Burner
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    I would really love some more answers for this paper! I got bitumen for the most viscous hydrocarbon. I also got yellow and orange for the methyl orange colour changes and green and brown precipitates for the colours of the Fe2+ and Fe3+ ions.
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    (Original post by Haller)
    Q1. Glass rod/stirring rod
    Q2. Bunsen Burner
    Hmm, I hope thermometer would do the trick for Q1. I mean, It's a Stirring rod with temperature measurement? That's 2 in 1 lol.
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    (Original post by HateSpeechDotCom)
    Hmm, I hope thermometer would do the trick for Q1. I mean, It's a Stirring rod with temperature measurement? That's 2 in 1 lol.
    YES but why would you need a thermometer... there is no need to find the temperature of the liquid
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    (Original post by Haller)
    YES but why would you need a thermometer... there is no need to find the temperature of the liquid
    I don't really know, was too pressured by the exam I guess.
 
 
 
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