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PhD in Chemistry, fun and friendly!

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I got a PhD in chemistry from Glasgow Uni in 2017. Over 5 years experience working with children 0-16 years in crèches. I’ve tutored for over 10 years mainly Chemistry and Maths. Always happy to help out!

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Chemistry - PhD (2013 - 2017)

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Asked by Freya

Maths 💯
What is 4x+2=2x+14?
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PhD in Chemistry, fun and friendly!

First: get all the x terms to one side and the numbers to the other (remember if you swap sides you change the sign!) 4x-2x = 14-2 The 2x was posi...Learn more

Asked by Daisy

Physics 🚀
What happens when an atom is ionised?
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PhD in Chemistry, fun and friendly!

An atom becomes ionised when it becomes charged. This charge can be positive (+) or negative (-). What generally causes this is the gain or loss of ...Learn more

Asked by Elephant

Chemistry ⚛️
What is salt?
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PhD in Chemistry, fun and friendly!

In Chemistry a salt is an ionic substance that is formed during a neutralisation reaction between an acid and a base/alkali.