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    Ive got this question for my a-level coursework and i just wanted to know if anyone had any input.

    I want to know what else i could do which could up my marks. The problem is for some reason i can only think up to GSCE theory with it

    Im confused on the whole by this as i really dont know what im doing. As its been half term i havent been able to get hold of my teahcer to get ne help!

    Any information on this would be great
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    I did this coursework a year ago (it's biology isn't it?) and found it hard to research, but my teacher had lots of hints. I'm sorry, I can't remember exactly what I put in the background knowledge bit, and I don't have it to hand, but I remember i had it back about 7 times from the teacher to keep re-wording to get maximum marks, and put in all the little things I'd forgotten.
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    Look up something in unit 2. There's something about catalyst.
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    (Original post by maki43)
    Ive got this question for my a-level coursework and i just wanted to know if anyone had any input.

    I want to know what else i could do which could up my marks. The problem is for some reason i can only think up to GSCE theory with it

    Im confused on the whole by this as i really dont know what im doing. As its been half term i havent been able to get hold of my teahcer to get ne help!

    Any information on this would be great
    do you wanna know how it works, why it works, what it is effected by...i could help. p.s...have you got any results?
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    For my a level coursework, I did something similar. For GCSE, you can just do the decomposition, but to get a high grade at a level you need to include different factors; for example, inhibitors, temperature, something like that.

    I looked at the effect of two metal ion inhibitors at different concentrations... Seemed to work ok...
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    If you really want full marks like I did, put in the Maxwell-Bolzmann energy distribution in your evluation thinggy at the end.

    Vinny
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    does any one have any good links for reaseach on catalase enzymes
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    (Original post by angel D)
    does any one have any good links for reaseach on catalase enzymes
    go on google, theres lots in there
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    i know its a lot to ask but could u plaese send me ure coursework on the catasle one?/
    didi u do the affect of CONCENTARION.... IF SO PLAESE SEND IT TO ME !!
    I'LL GIVE U ANY OF MY COURSEWORKS PLAESE
    IT HAS TO BE IN FOR MONDAY

    PLAESE SEND IT TO
    [email protected]

    THANX
    HOPE 2 HEAR FRM U ASAP
 
 
 

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