Tips for Chemistry Practicals (P3)

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how to calculate the percentage error? in my mock i Did 0.05 multiply by 2 (as two reading from burette) and divide by hundered mulitply by the Reading of burette but i got zero. marks.
 
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Two more questions on Chemistry paper 3:
when we use a different method of molar calculation than the one given in the marking scheme, and our answers are correct, do we get the marks then??
Second question, this might sound silly but, do we have to learn the table of test for ions?? :D
 
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Two more questions on Chemistry paper 3:
when we use a different method of molar calculation than the one given in the marking scheme, and our answers are correct, do we get the marks then??
Second question, this might sound silly but, do we have to learn the table of test for ions?? :D
You dont need to learn the table for the tests of ions. Its always given!
 
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Two more questions on Chemistry paper 3:
when we use a different method of molar calculation than the one given in the marking scheme, and our answers are correct, do we get the marks then??
Second question, this might sound silly but, do we have to learn the table of test for ions?? :D
memorizing them will help u to save time though, but it is always given its all up to u if u wanna memorize it or not and for the first question u asked i was gonna ask the same question and i also want to know how to draw a line of neutralization to determine the volume used blabla on the graph? do uk how?
 
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i usually mess up my question paper and it get stained with various chemicals (thanks to the fact that out lab is always crowded and people are always borrowing stuff from u ) so will i get any sort of deduction for that
and also u said that we can ask for new chemical if we think that they are not right and then one more thing u said that do not take more the 45 min to do the salt analysis so should we do that question first and then head on with the second question
 
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can any 1 explain me what is a rough titration!!!!
given in 2011 may/june.
aoa wr wb
it's like u just add the solution from the burette faster...and roughly get to know where's the end point... instead of adding drop by drop..
so if ur rough titre is around 23 for example..
then when u do it next, an accurate one..u can add 20 cm^3 directly..and then start to add drop by drop
 
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aoa wr wb
it's like u just add the solution from the burette faster...and roughly get to know where's the end point... instead of adding drop by drop..
so if ur rough titre is around 23 for example..
then when u do it next, an accurate one..u can add 20 cm^3 directly..and then start to add drop by drop

this question involved a lot of calculations....
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this is from the year 2011 may/june.......
 
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