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Discussion in 'International A And AS Level' started by XPFMember, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. drowning-in-studies

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    This is the AS/A level thread but anyway,
    we know the filtrate contains aluminium sulfate
    and aq silver nitrate is the test for Cl, Br, I
    so no ppt/ reaction for Al2(SO4)3 (since the halide ions aren't present in here)
     
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    Cn dere b H- bonds b/w Ch3CH2CH2NH2 molecules? Lyk the +ve H of 1 molecue to a -ve N of a diff molecule?
     
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    Yes it can have. Strong electronegative element N is present in other propanamine that can form H bonds with hydrogen present in the other propanamine.
     
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    ok. cn sm1 tell me if the chem P5 pprs hv a format which does nt hv planning experiments lyk b4? I dnt see ques lyk tht in recent yrs so wondering if it's chnged?
     
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    read syllabus .. planning is a part of the paper
     
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    hi all, can somebody help me, i am looking for a revision book for ATP o level chemistry sylab:5070, thanks
     
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    How do you find the conc of Ca2+ and Mg2+?
     
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    (ii) The partition coeffi cient of a particular pesticide between hexane and water is 6.0.
    A solution contains 0.0042 g of the pesticide dissolved in 25 cm3 of water. The solution is
    shaken with 25 cm3 of hexane.
    Calculate the mass of pesticide that will be dissolved in the hexane layer at equilibrium
    Ans is 0.0036g
     
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    How do we know where the Br attaches in 4 (b) (ii)?
     
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    Why is [Fe3+(aq)] = 0.2 mol dm–3 in (d)?
    And can you explain (c) (iii)?
     
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    this is the paper which i gave exam of :p i have solved it i will post the reply in 5 min :)
     
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    How does the moles of Ca2+ equal to the mole of H2Y2–? Isn't the ratio from the equation 1:2?
     
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    not for that , because y2- ion has charge 2- and so needs only one ca2+ . note - mg2+ was removed by precipitating so only ca2+ is left . :D
     
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    ahh ok thanks
     
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    Could anyone do 9701/52/MJ/15 Q2 part d part 1? Mass of HX. How to ? Thanks
     

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