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Size:  212.4 KB Hi, for the part circled my answer is 3Cl2 +6e- -> 6cl- . However the answer is a simplified version of this so is my answer still acceptable?

    I also don't get why the equation has to be simplified because the questions ask to for Half equation of chlorine in this reaction specifically and 3 chlorine had reacted...

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    I'll bet the MS states "allow multiples".

    If not, it should (except for rare cases e.g. enthalpy change equations).
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    I'll bet the MS states "allow multiples".

    If not, it should (except for rare cases e.g. enthalpy change equations).
    It actually doesn't and I have tried some questions on that as well but there doesn't seem to be other allowed answers. But does my answer make sense though?

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    Strictly, the Q says "a half equation", which suggests that there is more than one.

    My spec allows it.
 
 
 
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