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imraan7860

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i wrote nuclear chemist, produces transuranic elements and radioisotpes, uses the fact that elemtns go under beta and alpha decay

rite?????
plz tell me cause went in there preparing for "chemistry teacher" then they say i cant use teacher
 

Jessica14

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I did biochemist

talked about the biotechnological industry and fermentation used in wine and beer making. hehehe bio :)
 

aja152

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ahhaha
yes im guilty of writing analytical chemist working at Qenos...
i didnt really study this dotpoint cuz i didnt think it would be in the exam
but, i guess they proved me wrong this year.

did we need to be specific about the name, like "burhan"?
 
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yoakim

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haha burhan, he's going to be a star like you said hahahhaha that's the funniest thing i've heard all week. Yeah I think you had to specify a name, I wrote Robert Evans, though the chemical principles used knocked me off a little. Would these be considered as chemical principles:?

- Understanding of the purpose of any analysis, the precision and accuracy required for each determination

- State and Federal environmental legislation

- Understanding of the context of, and reason for, each investigation

- Understanding of the system being sampled and analysed, so that, if faults are found, appropriate corrrective action may be planned and advised to engineers/managers
 

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i just spoke about a guy monitering the haber process....

felt like i needed to add the much loved haber process in there somehow...

is that right or did i need to be more specific?
 

codyjh

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i said industrial chemist (dnt no if thats right)- uses Le chatelliers principle lol - manages out puts /imputs of reactants and products, changes reaction conditions to increase desired product, etc - ie: haber process

thats right :s?
 

dwatt

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Did it have to be named?

Thankfully our teachers made us all learn about a research scientist named "Maria Skyllas Kazacos". She's real - I looked her up on google.

We had a 4 mark question on it in the trials so my school was prepared, though most ppl did "luke" from cc tho,.
 

xclusv2bhung

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LOL i had no idea how to answer it ; but my answer was :

Paul Attfield - Industrial Chemist.
Developed superyeast which is used to convrt xylose (glucose with 5Cs) into ethanol. Uses fermentation ?

Duno haha , but hopefully they`ll pay me for it ^^
 

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