GCSE AQA Combined Science Chemistry Paper 1 (Higher) 2019 - Unofficial Mark Scheme

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1st question which was multiple choice was the last one: calcium,magnesium,zinc,copper
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Also the last question 6 marker:
Sodium chloride is a ionic structure. Giant ionic lattice. Involving the transferring of electrons. Sodium loses an electron to become positively charged. Chlorine gains one electron to become negatively charged. Na+ and Cl2-. Whereas hydrogen chloride is a covalent structure. Involving the sharing of electrons. It is a simple covalent structure. Hydrogen shares electrons to complete outer shell with chlorine. They both remain negatively charged. Sodium chloride as strong forces of attraction whereas hydrogen chloride was weak forces of attraction.

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Yep I got that least I got 1 mark😂
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1st question which was multiple choice was the last one: calcium,magnesium,zinc,copper
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Also the 6 marker on the required practical was kind of piss easy as you use a beaker and add different masses each time to a new beaker and control the water temperature at 25 degrees. Using a thermometer to calculate the change in temperature this shows how the effect of different masses changes temperature
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What did you guys get for the bond energy question(the one involving the double bonds) and Avagadros constant calculation?
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What did you guys get for the bond energy question(the one involving the double bonds) and Avagadros constant calculation?
Bond was -220 if I remembered correctly
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interesting test
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What did you guys get for the bond energy question(the one involving the double bonds) and Avagadros constant calculation?
BS is what I got
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The bond energy one was -200 or somethign near that
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I GOT THAT. The reason why I was unsure about the answer is because decomposition is endothermic and isn't bond energies for endothermic a positive answer?
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Bond was -220 if I remembered correctly
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titration 0.6 and 66 something
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- i got 0.62 for the first part of the 6 marker at the end
- 941.2 for something lol
- the one about why sodium chloride won’t produce a metal, i wrote cuz there are H+ ions so they will get discharged, but i forgot wether it was aqueous or not
- the titration 6 marker wasn’t that bad, but was the last step to calculate the concentration by doing c=mv?
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Yes lads it was a crazy test
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is this edexcel?
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- i got 0.62 for the first part of the 6 marker at the end
- 941.2 for something lol
- the one about why sodium chloride won’t produce a metal, i wrote cuz there are H+ ions so they will get discharged, but i forgot wether it was aqueous or not
- the titration 6 marker wasn’t that bad, but was the last step to calculate the concentration by doing c=mv?
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Can someone else confirm -220 is a correct answer?
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I GOT THAT. The reason why I was unsure about the answer is because decomposition is endothermic and isn't bond energies for endothermic a positive answer?
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no aha my bad. ah i don’t think i can change the title…
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is this edexcel?
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11 for the one about volume of alkali or acid I can’t remember which one
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Yeh I got -220 eswell
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omg okay its okay ahah you scared me cos I didnt get any of those answers
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no aha my bad. ah i don’t think i can change the title…
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