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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    and what exactly does this group do?

    lou xxx
    That is what I was wondering, I seem to have missed something :confused:
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    and what exactly does this group do?

    lou xxx
    it will take Uk learning to the highlest levels of commerce, justice for all, sophistication, education and give all those belonging to it a sense of identity
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    (Original post by Lucy)
    That is what I was wondering, I seem to have missed something :confused:
    Can I count on your vote, Lucy?
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    there is one of them for a carboxylic acid...a double bond to the oxgen from the carbon atom and a single bond from the carbon atom to the hydrogen..there should be no hydroens attached to the carbon because Carboxylic acids cannot be oxidised further (unless there are special conditions)
    Yes but its not a carboylic acid. Its carbonic acid which is formed by dissolving carbon dioxide gas in water. Carbonic acid is H2CO3, which I think has 3 singly bonded oxygen atoms to the carbon, one of which has a hydrogen on it, and another hydrogen seperately single bonded to the carbon. But i can't find its structure in any of its text books.
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    Can I count on your vote, Lucy?
    sorry, I would have voted for you if you had asked me earlier !
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    Can I count on your vote, Lucy?
    if you lose Toffee you can be the the cheif spokesperson, head of the council..whatever
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    (Original post by Chicken)
    Yes but its not a carboylic acid. Its carbonic acid which is formed by dissolving carbon dioxide gas in water. Carbonic acid is H2CO3, which I think has 3 singly bonded oxygen atoms to the carbon, one of which has a hydrogen on it, and another hydrogen seperately single bonded to the carbon. But i can't find its structure in any of its text books.
    But that doesnt work!
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    (Original post by Chicken)
    Yes but its not a carboylic acid. Its carbonic acid which is formed by dissolving carbon dioxide gas in water. Carbonic acid is H2CO3, which I think has 3 singly bonded oxygen atoms to the carbon, one of which has a hydrogen on it, and another hydrogen seperately single bonded to the carbon. But i can't find its structure in any of its text books.
    oh....somebody said Carboxylic
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    if you lose Toffee you can be the the cheif spokesperson, head of the council..whatever
    Well I seem to be mounting a late challenge!
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    if you lose Toffee you can be the the cheif spokesperson, head of the council..whatever
    If?!? There is no doubt whatsoever as to who is going to win. Toffee, I'll give you an ultimatum, you can quit without losing face and become one of the ministers or lose and be thrusted outta the party. Its your choice.
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    Well I seem to be mounting a late challenge!
    Hence the recently THREE NEW MEMBERS that have joined today!?!
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    If?!? There is no doubt whatsoever as to who is going to win. Toffee, I'll give you an ultimatum, you can quit without losing face and become one of the ministers or lose and be thrusted outta the party. Its your choice.
    I will not bow in the face of your threat.
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    oh....somebody said Carboxylic
    Yeah sorry I did, but thats cos I read the formula wrong. I've found the structure - the carbon has one double bond to an oxygen, and then the other 2 oxygens are single bonded to the carbon and eaach have a hydrogen attached (making them oh groups) So in short there are 2 OH groups, and one double bonded oxygen.

    So no, there is no dative covalent bonding, as the carbon has a full valency by creating the four shared electron bonds.
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    I will not bow in the face of your threat.
    It wasn't a threat. Its a promise. lol.
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    Yeah sorry I did, but thats cos I read the formula wrong. I've found the structure - the carbon has one double bond to an oxygen, and then the other 2 oxygens are single bonded to the carbon and eaach have a hydrogen attached (making them oh groups) So in short there are 2 OH groups, and one double bonded oxygen.

    So no, there is no dative covalent bonding, as the carbon has a full valency by creating the four shared electron bonds.
    OMG! thats what i had in the first place!!!! Wooooooooo

    I had just missed out one of the carbon's electrons so it wasnt working!


    YESSSSSSSSSS i love you chicken....
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    (Original post by Bhaal85)
    It wasn't a threat. Its a promise. lol.
    fight, fight, fight
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    (Original post by Bhaal85)
    It wasn't a threat. Its a promise. lol.
    Are you voting for yourself or something?
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    fight, fight, fight
    all memebers must copy my signature now
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    all memebers must copy my signature now
    Oh look who has copied it first (thus proving that i am the rightful cochairman).
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    OMG! thats what i had in the first place!!!! Wooooooooo

    I had just missed out one of the carbon's electrons so it wasnt working!


    YESSSSSSSSSS i love you chicken....
    Yeah sorry took a while to get there!!! I was thinking it was more complicated than it was (plus its late and i still have coursework to finish for tmw!).

    So, in way of thanks, can i have some rep please?!
 
 
 
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