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    I stuck 2 of the hexagons together... I have no idea 😂
    same omg
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    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...
    I wrote 2700 I timed it by 1000 for no apparent reason🔫
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    (Original post by LaylaM99)
    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.
    dammit i did yellow then got confused with orange
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    (Original post by Igcse1student)
    I wrote 2700 I timed it by 1000 for no apparent reason🔫
    Oh dear, shouldn't be a worry to keep you off your sleep though.. just 1 mark..
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    dammit i did yellow then got confused with orange
    I did yellow and then I chose blue... I misread it fml
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    dammit i did yellow then got confused with orange
    I selected the green colour to the anode..
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    WE all SHOULD RIP .. made an easy question wrong
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    WE all SHOULD RIP .. made an easy question wrong
    It's human nature tbh..
    Though i did my research and it suggests that a green colour is noticed at the anode due to chromate ion, whereas the blue colour of the copper ions move to the cathode.
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    It's human nature tbh..
    Though i did my research and it suggests that a green colour is noticed at the anode due to chromate ion, whereas the blue colour of the copper ions move to the cathode.
    i thought chromate ion is yellow
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    What else did you guys get for other questions?
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    lets stop discussing and focus on physics for tomorrow
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    the questions are tricky but i think the paper is easier than last year.
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    (Original post by Papa Steven)
    i thought chromate ion is yellow
    Perhaps i got the wrong site... crap, what a bummer
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    (Original post by Helper OF ALL)
    lets stop discussing and focus on physics for tomorrow
    I kind of agree but also want to keep discussing this haha. Hows revision going for you?
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    Perhaps i got the wrong site... crap, what a bummer
    this is why i always try to avoid discussing answers after an exam bc i end up feeling like crap when i find out ive got one wrong

    *i say that whilst looking through a post exam thread discussing answers*
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    The paper was not easy. Last year it was easier.
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    (Original post by ItsAbdullah99)
    this is why i always try to avoid discussing answers after an exam bc i end up feeling like crap when i find out ive got one wrong

    *i say that whilst looking through a post exam thread discussing answers*
    Lmao
    The ability to resist from a discussion is not my "cup of tea"
    Sitting for the physics paper tomorrow?
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    (Original post by edexcelstudent)
    Perhaps i got the wrong site... crap, what a bummer
    What had the highest mass economy??
    In mcq
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    (Original post by Igcse1student)
    What had the highest mass economy??
    In mcq
    i think it was the polymerisation of the alkene one, c or d, cant remember
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    Can someone please write the markscheme?
 
 
 
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