AQA Chemistry A-Level Mark Scheme - 2017,Unit 4

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Hi All,Just wondering if anyone had the AQA A-level Chemistry Unit 4 (Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry) Mark Scheme for the Tuesday 13th June 2017 Paper? To be clear, this is the old Spec paper, and not the one of the new papers.Thanks
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Hi All,Just wondering if anyone had the AQA A-level Chemistry Unit 4 (Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry) Mark Scheme for the Tuesday 13th June 2017 Paper? To be clear, this is the old Spec paper, and not the one of the new papers.Thanks
There isn't an "old Spec" for 2017.

Can you link to the QP?
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Unfortunately I've only got a hard copy. Details on it are as follows, though:AQA, A-level ChemistryUnit 4 Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic ChemistryTuesday 13th June 2017JUN17CHEM401WMP/Jun17/E5
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Unfortunately I've only got a hard copy. Details on it are as follows, though:AQA, A-level ChemistryUnit 4 Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic ChemistryTuesday 13th June 2017JUN17CHEM401WMP/Jun17/E5
2017 was the paper that was only sat by re-sitters, so is tricky to find as they didn't release them in the same way as normal past papers.

Can you type out the first Q into a Google search and see what comes up?
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2017 was the paper that was only sat by re-sitters, so is tricky to find as they didn't release them in the same way as normal past papers.

Can you type out the first Q into a Google search and see what comes up?
Absolutely nothing. I've tried that. This is the first question:

A and B react as shown in the following equation. 2A + 2B = C + D. The initial rate of the reaction was measured in a series of experiments, each at the same temperature. The following rate equation was determined. rate = k[A]^2[B]

Table 1 shows data from four experiments using solutions of A and B.

Complete Table 1.
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