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1. EdExcel-A-Level-Chemistry-Unit-1-Paper-Jan-2001.pdf
Winter 2001 CH1 3 2. Hydrogen forms compounds with most non-metallic elements and with some metals. (a) Calculate the empirical formula of the compound used in the ...

2. EdExcel-A-Level-Chemistry-Unit-1-Paper-Jun-2001.pdf
Summer 2001 CH1 1 1. In the Periodic Table, where elements are arranged by atomic number, chlorine is a p-block element whereas manganese, a transition element, is in ...

3. c2-grade-boundaries-edexcel.pdf
C2 Grade Boundaries Edexcel Grade boundaries edexcel gce as/a level and applied gce, understanding our edexcel gce as level, a level, and applied gce grade boundaries ...

4. 2811_Jun_01MS.pdf
OCR Advanced Subsidiary GCE in Chemistry 2811 June 2001 Chemistry Foundation 2. The table below shows the boiling points of the elements sodium to chlorine in ...

5. ch2_4__discrete_s1_edx.pdf
Statistics 1 Chapters 2-4 (Discrete) Page 1 Edexcel past paper questions Statistics 1 Chapters 2-4 (Discrete) ... Q1, June 2001 3. Three swimmers Alan, Diane and ...

6. 4CH0_1C_que_20120307.pdf
Edexcel International GCSE. 2 *P40126A0228* *P40126A0328* 3 Turn over BLANK PAGE. 4 *P40126A0428* Answer ALL questions. 1 Salt is soluble in water, but sand is ...

7. CheMarkSchemeJun01-AS.pdf CH Addition (1) Electrophilic (1) NOTE both answers are free standing Chloroethane (1) Not ch/oroethene OH OH Full diagram (2) If diagram not comp/ete ...

8. C1-PM-edxl-spec.pdf
1 2 3 4 5 Paper Reference(s) 6663 Edexcel GCE Pure Mathematics C1 Advanced Subsidiary Specimen Paper Time: 1 hour 30 minutes 6 Materials required for examination ...

9. june_2013_markscheme.pdf

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