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    How did everyone who's done the Multiple Choice and Alternative to Practical find it?
    How do the papers compare to previous years and how do you think you did?
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    Found them both quite easy, but I got the flame test question completely wrong
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    Wht did u get for the Q about metals producing the highest voltage - i put magnesium and platinum but apparently platinum is inert so...
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    (Original post by whowannadate)
    Wht did u get for the Q about metals producing the highest voltage - i put magnesium and platinum but apparently platinum is inert so...
    I chose magnesium and zinc. Thought they are the most reactive ones :/
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    (Original post by GovernorC)
    I chose magnesium and zinc. Thought they are the most reactive ones :/
    Uh thats definitely not right bcos highest voltage = difference in reactivity highest
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    Which solution was more concentrated C or D in practical ??
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    C - because it took more acid therefore it must be more concentrated
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    (Original post by whowannadate)
    Wht did u get for the Q about metals producing the highest voltage - i put magnesium and platinum but apparently platinum is inert so...
    The answer was magnesium and copper
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    (Original post by Life's-failure)
    The answer was magnesium and copper
    But platinum was the least reactive ?
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    Um it was D because it took less acid, therefore,it was more concentrated ?
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    C - because it took more acid therefore it must be more concentrated
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    (Original post by whowannadate)
    Um it was D because it took less acid, therefore,it was more concentrated ?
    Oops i meant c
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    (Original post by whowannadate)
    Um it was D because it took less acid, therefore,it was more concentrated ?
    I put D but I think it was C because as it is more concentrated, more acid is required to react with all of it. Not sure though.
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    (Original post by Sayyesss)
    I put D but I think it was C because as it is more concentrated, more acid is required to react with all of it. Not sure though.
    Yah ur right Xd
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    What did you put for the compounds? People seemed to get different things for the halides
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    For paper 6 what did you get for the compounds E?
    I got copper carbonate.
    Some of my mates put iron (ll) carbonate
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    (Original post by SomMC1)
    For paper 6 what did you get for the compounds E?
    I got copper carbonate.
    Some of my mates put iron (ll) carbonate
    It was 100% copper (ii) carbonate
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    (Original post by Sayyesss)
    What did you put for the compounds? People seemed to get different things for the halides
    I think With sodium hydroxide It formed nothing but with aqueous ammonia It formed yellow precipitate??
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    (Original post by Life's-failure)
    I think With sodium hydroxide It formed nothing but with aqueous ammonia It formed yellow precipitate??
    With sodium hydroxide it formed nothing
    With barium nitrate and acid it formed a yellow precipitate (there wasnt anything in ammonia)
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    What was the obvservation for solid F - potassium iodide?
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    (Original post by Life's-failure)
    What was the obvservation for solid F - potassium iodide?
    with nitric acid + silver nitrate: white observation.

    I thought it was bromide so i put creamy >_>
 
 
 
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