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5070 s10 ms 22 100%

• thermal conductor / • electrical conductor / • soft or cuts easily / • low melting point or low boiling point / • (relatively) low density or lightweight IGNORE:


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5070 w10 ms 22 97%

electrons within very small circles / electrons as e– or e or – IGNORE:


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m3180063a Bretonnia v1.6 APRIL13 95%

Ignore “[...] or by adding or subtracting ranks [...]” in the second paragraph.


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5070 w09 ms 2 94%

IGNORE: ... C2H6O for ethanol IGNORE: word equation IGNORE:


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5070 s11 ms 22 93%

nucleophilic substitution/ chlorine substitution IGNORE:


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m3180065a Dwarfs v1.6 OOD 93%

Unit Strength Ignore all references to unit strength.


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Jun 14 MS 92%

Not 1.67 × 10–24 (g) kg 1(a)(ii) Comments 1 OR ratio 10:11 = 1:4 OR 20:80 etc 1 Allow idea that there are 5 × 0.2 divisions between 10 and 11 abundance of 10B is 20(%) 1 Correct answer scores M1 and M2 1 Ignore electrons determine chemical properties.


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Jan 11 MS 91%

Foundation Chemistry – January 2011 Question Marking Guidance Mark 1(a) Water or H2O or molecules (in ice) are held further apart (than in liquid water)/(more) space/gaps/holes in structure/ Water or H2O or molecules (in ice) are more spread out 1 Comments Allow water (liquid) is more compact / less space/gaps/holes CE if holes filled with air, O2 etc CE if macromolecule CE if atoms further apart (since ambiguous) Ignore spaces filled with H2O Ignore reference to H bonds Allow better tessellation in liquid water 1(b)(i) Hydrogen bonding 1 Allow H bonds Do not allow „hydrogen‟ only but mark on 1(b)(ii) Van der Waals‟ / VdW 1 Allow London forces, dispersion forces, temporary induced dipole forces 1(b)(iii) Hydrogen bonding is stronger (than van der Waals forces) / IMF in ice stronger (than IMF in methane)/ H bonds take more energy to break 1 Not H Bonds are strong (needs comparison) If (b)(i) OR (ii) is incorrect, cannot award (b)(iii) If (b)(i) and /or (ii) is blank, can score (b)(iii) 3 Mark Scheme – General Certificate of Education (A-level) Chemistry – Unit 1:


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m3180067a Lizardmen v1.5 OOD 91%

LIZARDMEN Unit Strength Ignore all references to unit strength.


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Jun 15 MS 91%

MARK SCHEME – A-LEVEL CHEMISTRY – CHEM1 – JUNE 2015 Question 1(a) 1(b) Marking Guidance Mark Comments Silicon / Si 1 If not silicon then CE = 0/3 covalent (bonds) 1 M3 dependent on correct M2 Strong or many of the (covalent) bonds need to be broken / needs a lot of energy to break the (covalent) bonds 1 Ignore hard to break Argon / Ar 1 If not argon then CE = 0/3.


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Wood Elves v1.3 OOD 91%

Ignore this special rule.


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Jan 13 MS 91%

Foundation Chemistry – January 2013 Question Marking Guidance Mark Comments 1(a) (Total number of) protons and neutrons (in nucleus of atom) 1 (number of) nucleons 1(b) Zn 1 Do not allow Zn-1 or Zn+1 or ZN Ignore numbers P = ionise (sample) 1 Allow removing an electron / forms (+) ions Q = accelerate (sample) 1 Allow speeds (ions) up Penalise molecules / atoms m/z 1 Allow mass / charge (relative) abundance / (relative) intensity 1 QoL Allow M1 + M2 in any order 206 + 207 + (208 x 2) = (829) 4 4 1 1 M1 = topline M2 = ÷ 4 = 207.3 1 Only 207.3 = 3 marks 1(d)(ii) Lead/Pb 1 Not PB 1(d)(iii) Same number of electrons (in outer shell) / same electronic configuration 1 Ignore electrons determine chemical properties Ignore reference to p and n if correct Penalise if incorrect 1(c)(i) 1(c)(ii) 1(d)(i) 3 Mark Scheme – General Certificate of Education (A-level) Chemistry – Unit 1:


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USPUnit6 90%

command terminate Page 74 UNIX SYSTEM PROGRAMMING SIGUSR1 user-defined signal terminate SIGUSR2 user-defined signal terminate 10CS62 SIGCHLD change in status of child ignore SIGCONT continue stopped process continue/ignore SIGSTOP stop a process execution stop process SIGTTIN stop a background process when it read from its control tty stop process SIGTSTP stop a process execution by the ctrl-z key stop process SIGTTOU stop a background process when it writes to its control stop process tt y 8.


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5070 s09 ms 2 89%

no free electrons / no sea of electrons IGNORE:


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5070 s08 ms 2 89%

barium hydroxide white precipitate / solid IGNORE:


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Donezo Manifest Final (1) 89%

DONEZO MANIFESTO Bernkastel Contents Communication with third party developers?


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open letter from amra inc 88%

Research by Capaldi has found that this holds true.[4] Models that ignore reciprocal IPV can inhibit violent women from receiving the support they need to stop their violence.[5] White Ribbon Australia completely ignores reciprocal IPV as it advances a gendered narrative.


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5090 s13 ms 22 88%

© Cambridge International Examinations 2013 Max 3 Ignore mitochondrion / ribosome Page 3 (c) Mark Scheme GCE O LEVEL – May/June 2013 Syllabus 5090 Correct ref.


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5129 w12 ms 22 88%

turns in coil strength of magnetic field any two area of coil mass of weight ignore:


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C4, C5, C6 Mark Scheme 88%

© OCR 2015 2 B742/02 Annotations Final Mark Scheme Annotation Meaning correct response incorrect response benefit of the doubt benefit of the doubt not given error carried forward information omitted ignore reject contradiction Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 3 June 2015 B742/02 Final Mark Scheme June 2015 ADDITIONAL OBJECTS:


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5070 s12 ms 21 88%

8] A3 (a) No free electrons / no delocalised electrons / no sea of electrons / all electrons are in covalent bonds / electrons cannot move (1) (b) Molecules gain (kinetic) energy (1) Allow particles move faster Not atoms gain energy Overcome intermolecular forces / break attraction between molecules (1) Ignore weak forces between particles Not break covalent bonds © University of Cambridge International Examinations 2012 [1] [2] Page 3 (c) Mark Scheme:


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