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Hi I’m doing transition work to prepare for Chemistry A Level and I was wondering if anyone knew any websites I could look at for predicting products of chemical reactions. Thanks!
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(Original post by Mavs04)
Hi I’m doing transition work to prepare for Chemistry A Level and I was wondering if anyone knew any websites I could look at for predicting products of chemical reactions.
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Chemguide and chemrevise are both very good websites
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Chemguide and chemrevise are both very good websites
Yes definitely. Lots of useful information there.
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Chemguide is an amazing website for all things chemistry at a level. Looking at your questions I think they have given you most of the products they just want you to balance the equation. Question 2 relies of GCSE knowledge of neutralisation reactions and the rest is mainly how elements exist e.g oxygen exists as O2. You could probably find a lot of the information from your GCSE revision guide
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