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chemistry tips anyone???
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Revise
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If you get on with him well, it might be a good idea for one of you to make a move.





















...oh wait wrong type of chemistry.
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If you get on with him well, it might be a good idea for one of you to make a move.





















...oh wait wrong type of chemistry.
lol yeh any tips i have an exam soon
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I can smell the white in you
You must have an excellent sniffer on ya then

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lol yeh any tips i have an exam soon
- Set out a few hours each day to work on revision
- Don't worry. If you fail, you fail. It's not the end of the world.
- I'm out of ideas. Soz.
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You must have an excellent sniffer on ya then


- Set out a few hours each day to work on revision
- Don't worry. If you fail, you fail. It's not the end of the world.
- I'm out of ideas. Soz.
thanks and can u all stop being dirty minded please its just wrong
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please stop arguing unless u give me advise on what atoms are then u cant argue
Atoms are the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.

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Atoms are the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.

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yeh and thanks
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hey if u want to argue with me then d i will argue with u
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Atoms are the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.

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Protons, neutrons and electrons are smaller than atoms
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Protons, neutrons and electrons are smaller than atoms
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Use the periodic table to your advantage
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Use the periodic table to your advantage
Reminds me of the bullcrap rumour people were saying that for A level chemistry we had to memorise the periodic table :lol:

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He said atoms are the smallest particles of an element. What is wrong with that statement?
In chemistry an atom isn't considered a particle, it's composed of them. Suck on that. Cute that you so confidently thought you had caught me out when it's in fact you who is wrong.

Also you're a very sad, pathetic troll that seems to be obsessed with me: following me all over TSR and quoting me with poor attempts at insults and personal attacks. Get a life.
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Reminds me of the bullcrap rumour people were saying that for A level chemistry we had to memorise the periodic table :lol:
I never said memorise the periodic table, but I use it to remember electron configurations and the order of it, and knowing the mass number and the atomic number, finding the Ar of an element etc
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