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Hannah Crocombe

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Chemistry

Asked by Stephanie · a year ago

Chlorine reacts with sodium and with hydrogen?

I’m assuming you’re doing halogens at GCSE? All halogens react with metals to create salts, both Cl & Na are highly reactive - so this reaction happens quite quickly. Sodium + chlorine → sodium chloride 2Na(s) + Cl2(g) → 2NaCl(s) Also, all halogens react with hydrogen to create hydrogen halides - these are usually gases at room temp, but dissolve into water to create acids. Hydrogen + chlorin... more

Religious Studies

Asked by Zaynab-Parveen · a year ago

'The trinity makes it easier for Christians to understand what God is like.' Discuss. 15 marks?

For 15 markers I think it’s best to do two paragraphs showing both sides of the argument, and then a conclusion. The trinity does split God into three beings (father, son, and spirit) so for younger followers it can help understand the relationship between Jesus and God: how Jesus was the incarnate of Him on earth, and thus had the power to preform miracles, not a literal son of God. You could li... more

Biology

Asked by Jeniffer · a year ago

Is there a specific way in which to identify euphony?

I think the best way is to say it out loud & trust your own ears! But generally euphony has a steady pattern that doesn’t feel rushed, soft or vibrating consonant sounds like W or Sh, repetition (like alliteration), and/or rhyme. I think all of these just cause pleasing sentences that that aren’t jarring to read or hear. It doesn’t usually contain plosive consonants like T and B, but obviously the... more

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Hannah Crocombe

Current A level student with a passion for sharing knowledge!

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