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If you remember answers put them hereee
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would you lose all the marks if you worked out everything for the last question on titrations correctly but for the wrong compound 😭
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Titrations:
0.620mol/dm^3 and 34.72g/dm^3
Bond energy:
-1272Kj
Volume of chlorine:
50700dm^3
Which 2 metals produce the greatest voltage:
Tin and magnesium
What is the modern word for atomic weight:
Relative atomic mass
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i got all of them and equation 2 was the correct one
(Original post by yeetusfeetus)
Titrations:
0.620mol/dm^3 and 34.72g/dm^3
Bond energy:
-1272Kj
Volume of chlorine:
50700dm^3
Which 2 metals produce the greatest voltage:
Tin and magnesium
What is the modern word for atomic weight:
Relative atomic mass
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The catalyst was the chromium option because it was a transition metal
I don’t know how to feel about the paper
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The train and steam one was water is the product of the hydrogen fuel cells and its steam because its exothermic i think, the water evaporates or suen
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(Original post by gcseee19)
would you lose all the marks if you worked out everything for the last question on titrations correctly but for the wrong compound 😭
i think you would get 1/2 marks tbf
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Anyone got the answer to the last question?
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50.7 not 50700
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i got all of them and equation 2 was the correct one
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Paper was ez
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941.1764706 for the oxygen question.
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I wrote out the titration method when the question was talking about how to use titration for sample p and q
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They really love the SA:VOL ratio questions this year!
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Would you still get some marks if you put the axis the wrong way round on the PH Graph question? Everything was right except that
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What did everyone else write for the titration question for p and q
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I got 0.62mol/dm3
and 34.72 g/cm3

50.7kg of oxygen

-1272KJ/MOL
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i just wrote out the titration method then said do this for p and q then compare the volume of the sodium hydroxide used.
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What did everyone else write for the titration question for p and q
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Yeh same I did that as well
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i just wrote out the titration method then said do this for p and q then compare the volume of the sodium hydroxide used.
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i swear it's mass number
(Original post by yeetusfeetus)
Titrations:
0.620mol/dm^3 and 34.72g/dm^3
Bond energy:
-1272Kj
Volume of chlorine:
50700dm^3
Which 2 metals produce the greatest voltage:
Tin and magnesium
What is the modern word for atomic weight:
Relative atomic mass
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Anybody remember whether they asked if electrolyte or cryolite was used?
For electrolysis?
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