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    (Original post by SyedT)
    lol Eastenders
    :yep:...we're Eastenders...syedt
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    Walaikum Salam fellow eastender:p:
    How's it going :'D

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    salam. how's your day been bro?
    Well i woke up too late and wasn't able to go to BHF where i usually volunteer on sundays...So i stayed home, Looked at Isomerism for A2 (I'm not getting optical isomerism) and looked more in to my Ps.

    How about you
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    :yep:...we're Eastenders...syedt
    :mad:

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    Well i woke up too late and wasn't able to go to BHF where i usually volunteer on sundays...So i stayed home, Looked at Isomerism for A2 (I'm not getting optical isomerism) and looked more in to my Ps.

    How about you

    Ahaha, optical Isomerism, I did that at about half 7 in the morning:p:
    we've just started it :yep:
    I got some biology work done but I have so much left. and some more chem questions that I have no idea how to do:sigh:
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    How's it going :'D


    Well i woke up too late and wasn't able to go to BHF where i usually volunteer on sundays...So i stayed home, Looked at Isomerism for A2 (I'm not getting optical isomerism) and looked more in to my Ps.

    How about you
    My class were the same at the start...what would help,in my opinion,is asking your teachers for 3D models of the compounds...believe me,it makes it SO much easier to understand :yep:
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    How's it going :'D
    its going good =)

    you?


    (Original post by SyedT)
    :mad:

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    i'm punishing you for something...can't remember what:p:
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    i'm punishing you for something...can't remember what:p:
    But we were cool after that little "argument" weren't we?:confused:
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    why is everyone doing optical isomerism? what is optical isomerism??

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    i'm tired. i didn't nap today:sad:
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    why is everyone doing optical isomerism? what is optical isomerism??

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    enantiomers....racemate.....you' ll become familiar with these terms sooner or later:p:
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    (Original post by SyedT)
    But we were cool after that little "argument" weren't we?:confused:
    oh yh..i remember...i forgave you...even though i wasn't really supposed to:p:


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    (Original post by someperson)
    why is everyone doing optical isomerism? what is optical isomerism??

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    Optical isomers are compounds with the same molecular formula but with their atoms arranged differently in space...they are non-superimposable for example if you place your hands on each other with the palm facing you,they will not fit on to each other...same concept applies here
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    enantiomers....racemate.....you' ll become familiar with these terms sooner or later:p:


    i guess you lot have finished born haber cycles and all that kinetics then?
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    Ahaha, optical Isomerism, I did that at about half 7 in the morning:p:
    we've just started it :yep:
    I got some biology work done but I have so much left. and some more chem questions that I have no idea how to do:sigh:
    I think i'm gonna start the Ecology topic today for Bio. You're doing AQA aswell...I remember from the AQA Unit 1 BIO thread. Now it's AQA Unit 4..As went quick :rolleyes:

    (Original post by SyedT)
    My class were the same at the start...what would help,in my opinion,is asking your teachers for 3D models of the compounds...believe me,it makes it SO much easier to understand :yep:
    It looks like most people are starting Isomerism first. I understand what you mean by the 3d models, I'll ask my teacher tommorow.

    Right now i'm just going by thinking about the mirror image.
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    i guess you lot have finished born haber cycles and all that kinetics then?

    two topics i hate:p:

    not sure done a little on kinetics that's about it.
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    (Original post by FinalFlash)
    I think i'm gonna start the Ecology topic today for Bio. You're doing AQA aswell...I remember from the AQA Unit 1 BIO thread. Now it's AQA Unit 4..As went quick :rolleyes:
    :laugh: don't remind me:afraid:
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    Optical isomers are compounds with the same molecular formula but with their atoms arranged differently in space...they are non-superimposable for example if you place your hands on each other with the palm facing you,they will not fit on to each other...same concept applies here
    oh..ok

    thanks for the chemistry lesson syedt:p:
 
 
 
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