THIS IS ONLY FOR THE THOSE WHO TOOK THE GCSE CHEMISTRY B EXAM THIS YEAR.
Everybody knows the standard Chemistry question where there's a graph showing the rate of reaction, and you're meant to draw another line showing the rate of reaction of some same experiment but in different circumstances.
In the C4C5C6 exam this year, was the new line meant to be underneath or over the original line?
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- 05-07-2016 15:38
- 05-07-2016 15:44
I didn't take it but I could work it out if you could tell me what the x and y axis were and what the different circumstances were.
- 06-07-2016 02:53
the question said they had half the amount of limiting reactant (magnesium or whatever it was) so my line was under the original since the amount of limiting reactant is directly proportional to the product made
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