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Cookie182

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who used the "chemist working at Qenos..." lol seems like the standard answer to the dot point. All i could think of. analytical- uses gas chromotography

meh
 

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Forensic Chemist - Uses analytical chemistry.
They use chromatography and electrophoresis.

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who used the "chemist working at Qenos..." lol seems like the standard answer to the dot point. All i could think of. analytical- uses gas chromotography

meh
LOL that's from Conquering Chem 3rd edition.
 

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yea lol

still cant see how u can get marked wrong for a standard answer

i answered the question, except half the state might have the same!!!
 

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I just talked about a chemist in general working for a food company that uses AAS to identify and moderate the additon of much needed trace elements in our diets :confused:
 
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whoa, that was in this years paper? i would've had to have made one up if i was given that last year :eek:

as long as you're answering the question then they can't mark you down
 

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I made some crap up about an analytical chemist using gas-liquid chromatography. I hope it was right, because I didnt really study that dot point.
 

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watatank said:
whoa, that was in this years paper? i would've had to have made one up if i was given that last year :eek:

as long as you're answering the question then they can't mark you down
We spent a whole period on it to research one and I KNEW it was in this year's paper because it wasn't in any previous trial HSC or HSC paper.

EDIT: Worth 3 marks.
 

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Analytical Chemist
FTW! haha

in this paper they put things like "Not teaching" and "not heat lost to the environment"

is that cause thats always the answer they give in previous hsc?
 

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Unwant3d said:
Analytical Chemist
FTW! haha

in this paper they put things like "Not teaching" and "not heat lost to the environment"

is that cause thats always the answer they give in previous hsc?
I noticed that, the examiners are keeping up with us.
The Physics examiners slugged the 04ers with Michael Jordon and his basketball feats and it wasn't an easy question to answer either.

EDIT: Jordon not Jackson, LOL.
 

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Oh man was that a weird one - genius when you read the solution, but I dont think I would have thought of that :)
 

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haha i just made up about some scientist would works in an ammonia production factory where he monitors the reaction and making sure they can achieve a maximum yield of ammonia...lol i actual never studied that dot point so i hope that sort answer would be ok...:worried:
 

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Cookie182 said:
who used the "chemist working at Qenos..." lol seems like the standard answer to the dot point. All i could think of. analytical- uses gas chromotography

meh
Burhan Gemikonakli FTW!!!!
 

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I said he was an analytical chemist working at Qenos, then i explained that he used the principle of gas chromatography, then I explained what that was. Is that right?
 

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I said Metallurgical Chemist who studys the effect and presence of metal and its ions in the human body through Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. Would that be ok?
 

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Tell you what,
I copied the 'principles' from the Forensic Chemistry option topic (which I don't do) of the Excel HSC Chemistry study guide because chromatography and electrophoresis were 'principles' in the book.
 

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I talked about an environmental chemist testing for turbidity, common ions, nutrients etc. in water... I was making it up, so hopefully I'll get some marks...
 

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