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Can I say HCl and Ni2 instead of HCl and Sn?
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wouldn’t both hcl and nickel act as a catalyst so it would be incorrect. usually is markschemes they’re using pairs eg h2/nickel or sn/hcl so i don’t think you can
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wouldn’t both hcl and nickel act as a catalyst so it would be incorrect. usually is markschemes they’re using pairs eg h2/nickel or sn/hcl so i don’t think you can
just checked in the comments of markscheme it says allow H2 (Ni/Pt) but penalise wrong metal so you should be good
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just checked in the comments of markscheme it says allow H2 (Ni/Pt) but penalise wrong metal so you should be good
Yes, I put HCl drew an arrow and put H2 in brackets, then said Ni catalyst. But my teacher taught us with Sn and HCl so I was worried. Thanks for clarifying! So glad I didn't lose a mark.
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