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    How to study chemistry?? eimeartoby

    How do I study

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      eilishcondon123

      burn the book and then drop out of the class <---- the order doesnt really matter

      if that fails exam questions are the best way try your best to get your hands on pre papers

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      IGotAn"A"InCSPE

      I find Chemistry handy enough, Learn all the definitions they are like over 50% of the course, other than that know Organic chemistry, Volumetric Analysis experiments (There is 6), Organic chemistry experiments. That's about 4 whole questions that stuff alone. I'd say give the water chapter a look over with all this craic about water charges as well.

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      Ringworm

      There's a little orange book, a revision one. I can't remember by what company it's by. It's rectangular. It's fantastic. Everything you need to know down in one little book.

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      ST@1

      idk if it works but i think this is the little orange book. https://drive.google.com/a/stfinianscc.ie/file/d/0B_MV0oUmF82FemVNWVUxMlBsSU0/edit

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      Ch3wwy

      In chemistry, for question '2013 paper > Section B > Question 4 >Part c' could someone explain to me why you multiply by 6*10^23? Thanks.

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      Ringworm

      It's Avogadro's number, it's the number of atoms/molecules of a substance in one mole.

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      Ch3wwy

      ok thanks man

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      eadaoin

      http://www.cormicans.com/Post-Primary/Revision/Ess-Unfolded%3A-Chemistry/54492/

      Is this the chemistry book?

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      IGotAn"A"InCSPE

      Any predictions ?? I'm thinking water (cause of all the protests), One of the new experiments, Oil refining heard was answered terribly last year on the OL paper and maybe the Iron titration exp.

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