AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 8462 Higher - 16 May 2019 Unofficial Markscheme Watch

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For the last question I got 0.62 mol/dm^3 and 69.44 g/dm^3 for the last question, but the second one is wrong
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For the bond energy one (higher tier) I got -2... something lol can’t remembrr
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I got 0.62 mol too!
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For the last question I got 0.62 mol/dm^3 and 68.44 g/dm^3 for the last question, but the second one is wrong
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Why aluminium oxide is a mixture one I said how it’s melting point is way too high so it needs to be a mixture to lower it
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For the 6mark question on the back I got 0.62 mol/dm3 and then 34.72g/dm3
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I got 0.62 and then 34.72 for the second one
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what was the answer for why the positive elctrode had to be replaced? I said because gas is produced at the positive electrode and it can corrode the electrode
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Same
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I got 0.62 and then 34.72 for the second one
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what was the reason for it being an exothermic reaction, I put the energy used to make bonds was greater than the energy released
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how did everyone find it ???
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Yh that’s what I said and how the anode is made up of carbon which would react With oxygen to make carbon dioxiede
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Good! A lot of ppl came out saying it was hard thou
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Yh same
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Said the same thing
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what was the reason for it being an exothermic reaction, I put the energy used to make bonds was greater than the energy released
That’s what I put as well but I put greater than the energy used to break bonds in the reactants
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I got 0.617777777 so did u lot just round to 6.2
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Hope the exam went well!
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-1200 ish (cant remember the exact number) on the bond energies. And i got 200kg ish for the mass of oxygen however i am not confident
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(Original post by kandy1023)
what was the answer for why the positive elctrode had to be replaced? I said because gas is produced at the positive electrode and it can corrode the electrode
Because it’s made of graphite which is a form of carbon and it reacts with oxygen to form carbon dioxide
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