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    just finished the paper.How did you guys find it?
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    very difficult can someone write the mark scheme?
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    yeah was pretty hard
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    Do you guys remember any questions
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    i was shocked see the. paper....
    no question related to mechanism ..that would be free marks.....no definitions ,.....no ionization energy trend etc ( that we normally get)....we got questions from GCSEs....
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    What was your answer to the question to do with the number of hours taken?
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    What was your answer to the question to do with the number of hours taken?
    233.56... sth
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    233.56... sth
    Did you get the estimate for 1 ionization and 19 ionization energy
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    233.56... sth
    What about the number of moles in relation to this question was it 1818
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    (Original post by helper of all)
    i was shocked see the. Paper....
    No question related to mechanism ..that would be free marks.....no definitions ,.....no ionization energy trend etc ( that we normally get)....we got questions from gcses....
    yas so true the question about homologous series is from gcse
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    (Original post by Igcse1student)
    What about the number of moles in relation to this question was it 1818
    yes
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    (Original post by Igcse1student)
    Did you get the estimate for 1 ionization and 19 ionization energy
    i didnt really get them question. i just took 2.7 and 5.7 .

    put them in log eg... log(2.5) = answer...
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    (Original post by Igcse1student)
    What about the number of moles in relation to this question was it 1818
    Yes it was 1818
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    i didnt really get them question. i just took 2.7 and 5.7 .

    put them in log eg... log(2.5) = answer...
    That's exactly what i did, though i assume the answers may fall within a certain range as i used 2.7 and 5.75...
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    Yes it was 1818
    Yeah I got that too
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    There was a multiple choice question about copper chromate electrolysis does anybody know the answer?
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    how did u draw the repeat unit... my diagram was weird .......
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    (Original post by LaylaM99)
    There was a multiple choice question about copper chromate electrolysis does anybody know the answer?
    I think it was testing the ions and one move to anode and cathode something like that
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    (Original post by LaylaM99)
    There was a multiple choice question about copper chromate electrolysis does anybody know the answer?
    This is the answer:
    Electrolysis of copper chromate. A video showing the electrolysis of copper chromate solution. The initial solution is green. The yellow chromate ions (negative) and blue copper ions (positive) move in opposite directions, forming two coloured bands.

    so it was B, yellow.
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    how did u draw the repeat unit... my diagram was weird .......
    I stuck 2 of the hexagons together... I have no idea 😂
 
 
 
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