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    Revision Notes. Substances Manufactured for use in Industries. Chemicals, alloys and polymers.

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    Write an essay on electrode potentials.

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    Write an account of buffer solutions.

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    Experiment to determine the ethanol content of wine

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    Preparation of propanone from propan-2-ol

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    Experiment investigating hydrogen bonding in different chemicals.

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