Updated : 23 Aug 2019

BedokFunland  JudiciousChemistry
 





August 2019 Promotion for JC2 Students! (last few days left! sign up now by smsing 82565527 before offer expires!)
JC2 students who join now
(ie. have your 1st session) within the last few days of Aug 2019 will get to pay only $500 instead of $580 (for 1:1 Individual Tuition) or only $250 instead of $330 (for Small Group Tuition, just find your own friend to come with!) as your permanent monthly fees, all the way to your 2019 A Level Exams!

2018 A Level Results!
100% of my BedokFunland JC students scored A grade for their 2018 A Level Exams!!!

 


 
BedokFunland JC specializes in Individual 1:1 Tuition as well as Small Group Tuition (2-4 students only) in A Level H2 Chemistry, H1 Chemistry, Integrated Programme Chemistry and O Level Pure Chemistry, located in the East side of Singapore in close proximity to both Victoria Junior College (VJC) @ Marine Parade and Temasek Junior College (TJC) @ Bedok

All other tuition centers use lecture style (ie. going through the tutor's selected questions as a large class), in contrast BedokFunland JC uses tutorial style (ie. helping you with your own questions from your own school's tutorials) with personalized attention to meet your learning needs, for both Individual 1:1 Tuition as well as Small Group Tuition (2-4 students only).

Most Affordable H2 Chemistry Tuition in Singapore by an ex-MOE Teacher : At $250 per student for small group (2-4 students only) tuition (4 sessions x 2 hours), ie. $31.25 per hour, and at $500 per student for 1:1 individual tuition (4 sessions x 2 hours), ie. $62.50 per hour, BedokFunland JC is the most affordable H2 Chem tuition in all of Singapore by an ex-MOE Teacher


Students Click Here for the Direct Link to
BedokFunland JC @ Domain of Experts Forum


BedokFunland JC students enjoy
unlimited online consultations helping you with your school homework and tests preparation in-between tuition sessions!


Ad hoc single sessions now available due to popular request!

For ad hoc single sessions, fees will be at a slightly different rate from regular students. For J1 students (and J2 students in Aug 2019 only) : $150 for 1:1 Individual Tuition, or $75 per student for Small Group Tuition (you need to find a friend to come with), per each ad hoc 2hr session. For J2 students (after Aug 2019) : see ad hoc fees table. Fees have to be paid in cash (not cheque) at the start (not end) of each ad hoc 2hr session. Scheduling subject to availability.


H2 Chemistry is the compulsory A level subject (with either H2 Bio or H2 Phys) required to apply for both NUS Medicine and NTU Medicine

National University of Singapore's Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine


Nanyang Technological University's Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine


For JC students aspiring towards Medicine, let BedokFunland JC help you score an A grade for your H2 Chemistry!
(Bonus : for students who are interested, I can also teach you aspects of H3 Organic Chemistry that will be helpful in preparing you for Medicine)



2018 A Level Results!
100% of my BedokFunland JC students scored A grade for their 2018 A Level Exams!!!

BedokFunland JC is the Top Ranked Chemistry Tutor (#1 out of 13) amongst Singapore's Top 13 Chemistry Expert Tutors on Domain of Singapore Tutoring Experts
Domain Of Experts
( If BedokFunland JC is located too far away for you, as an alternative you may find H2 Chem tutor Mr Chong's location to be more convenient. For H2 Math, 3 of the best H2 Math tutors in Singapore are Mr Frederick Koh, Mr Goh Joo Heng and Mr Wee Wen Shih (in alphabetical order).



Mr Heng @
BedokFunland JC

Ex-MOE Teacher, BSc with Dip Ed, NTU

82565527
Please do not call, please use SMS only, and I'll call you back, thank you.

All new students please read my Terms & Conditions before joining my tuition.





All BedokFunland JC Students will receive (completely free of charge!) a brand new sealed original copy of CS Toh's A-Level Study Guide  for the new updated 2019 H2 Chemistry syllabus 9729 worth over Sg$20 on the 1st session upon fees payment! This book is a must-have for all H2 Chemistry students in Singapore!



Monthly Fees per 2019 JC1 student (1:1 Individual) : $500 for 4 sessions (2 hours per session)

Monthly Fees per 2019 JC2 student (1:1 Individual)  : $500+ for 4 sessions (2 hours per session)


Monthly Fees per 2019 JC1 student (Small Group) : $250 for 4 sessions (2 hours per session)

Monthly Fees per 2019
JC2 student (Small Group)  : $250+ for 4 sessions (2 hours per session)


Private Candidates taking the 2019 A Level Exams are considered as JC2 students for fees payable


Private Candidates taking the 2019 O Level Exams are considered as Sec 4 students for fees payable


Monthly Fees per 2019 Sec 3 student (1:1 Individual) : $300 for 4 sessions (1.5 hours per session)

Monthly Fees per 2019 Sec 4 student (1:1 Individual)  : $300+ for 4 sessions (1.5 hours per session)


Monthly Fees per 2019 Sec 3 student (Small Group) : $150 for 4 sessions (1.5 hours per session)

Monthly Fees per 2019 Sec 4 student (Small Group)  : $150+
for 4 sessions (1.5 hours per session)


All new students please read my Terms & Conditions before joining my tuition.

 








The BedokFunland JC Advantage (3 examples) :

Here are BedokFunland JC, you'll learn lots of fascinating advanced H2 Chem as well as relevant (ie. helpful for mastering H2 Chem) H3 Chem & Olympiad Chem concepts & skills, not taught to H2 Chem students in Singapore JCs, that will help you understand and master the H2 Chem syllabus better than your peers in school, ie. the BedokFunland JC advantage. The following examples testify to this.



In the recent 2018 A Level H2 Chem Exams, the following question was asked :




How many moles of NaOH(aq) are reacted when one mole of the above molecule is heated under reflux with an excess of NaOH(aq)? Explain.

On Reddit, a H3 Chem student from an elite Singapore JC wrote :




My BedokFunland JC students would know that the hydrolysis of esters (and amides, for that matter) is either acid-catalyzed or base-promoted, but not base-catalyzed (unlike Aldol reactions, for instance). As such, my BedokFunland JC students (being familiar with these and dozens of other useful reaction mechanisms not taught to H2 Chem students in Singapore JCs) would easily arrive at the correct answer for this 2018 A Level H2 Chem Exam question, which is : 1 mole of NaOH(aq) used up for the base-promoted hydrolysis of the ester group, plus another 5 moles of NaOH(aq) used up for the deprotonation of the carboxylic acid group and 4 phenol groups, for a total of 6 moles of NaOH(aq) reacted & used up.

Another question that came out in the same 2018 A Level H2 Chem Exams, was about the optical activity of the stereoisomers of 3,4-dibromohexane :



On the same Reddit page, another H3 Chem student from another elite Singapore JC wrote :



My BedokFunland JC students would know that merely labeling the stereoisomers with the Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules, does not by itself answer the question's requirements about optical activity. For instance, in the amino acid Threonine, the 2S,3R and the 2R,3S stereoisomers are non-superposable mirror images of each other, and are hence optically active enantiomers.



However, in the case of
3,4-dibromohexane, due to an internal plane of symmetry, the 3S,4R and the 3R,4S stereoisomers are superposable mirror images of each other, meaning that they are actually the same molecule, which is hence the optically inactive meso isomer.






Conclusion : my BedokFunland JC students enjoy the benefit of learning and applying advanced H2 Chem knowledge, together with relevant H3 Chem understanding and Olympiad Chem skills,  effectively gaining a deeper mastery of the H2 Chem syllabus, thus giving them a powerful advantage towards an A grade for the H2 Chem A Level Exams, compared to other tuition centers or private tutors (who largely stick to the basic H2 Chem syllabus, repeating what's already taught in Singapore JCs), even when compared to H3 Chem students in Singapore JCs, as seen in the above examples on Reddit.






Ad hoc Fees Table
 
For ad hoc single sessions, fees will be at a slightly different rate from regular students. For J1 students (and J2 students in Aug 2019 only) : $150 for 1:1 Individual Tuition, or $75 per student for Small Group Tuition (you need to find a friend to come with), per each ad hoc 2hr session. For J2 students (after Aug 2019) : see table immediately below. Fees have to be paid in cash (not cheque) at the start (not end) of each ad hoc 2hr session. Scheduling subject to availability.




Small Group Tuition (ad hoc fees per student per Group single 2hr session)

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Ad hoc for JC1 students in 2019
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$75 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jan 2019
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$80 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Feb 2019
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$85 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Mar 2019
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$90 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Apr 2019
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$95 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in May 2019
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$100 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jun 2019
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$105 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jul 2019
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$110 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Aug 2019
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$115 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Sep 2019
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$120 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Oct 2019
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$125 per student per ad hoc 2hr session (Group)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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2019
A Level Examinations




 

1:1 Individual Tuition (ad hoc fees per Solo single 2hr session)

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Ad hoc for JC1 students in 2019
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$150
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jan 2019
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$155
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Feb 2019
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$160
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Mar 2019
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$165
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Apr 2019
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$170
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in May 2019
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$175
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jun 2019
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$180
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Jul 2019
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$185
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Aug 2019
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$190
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Sep 2019
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$195
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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Ad hoc for JC2 students in Oct 2019
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$200
per ad hoc 2hr session (Individual)
(to be paid in cash at the start of the session)
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2019
A Level Examinations








Monthly* Fees Table

* Please Note : Although I use the term "Monthly Fees", fees are actually to be paid at the start of the 1st session of every 4 sessions, regardless of month.





Small Group Tuition (fees per JC student)

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If you begin tuition as JC1 student in 2019 (for 2019 JC1 students)
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$250 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in January 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$260 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  February 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$270 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  March 2019 (for 2019 JC2  students)
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$280 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  April 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$290 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  May 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$300 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  June 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$310 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  July 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$320 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in  August 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$330 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in September 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$340 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in October 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$350 per student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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2019
A Level Examinations




 

1:1 Individual Tuition (fees per JC student)

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If you begin tuition as JC1 student in 2019 (for 2019 JC1 students)
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$500 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in January 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$510 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in February 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$520 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in March 2019 (for 2018 JC2  students)
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$530 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in April 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$540 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in May 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$550 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in June 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$560 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in July 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$570 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in August 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$580 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in September 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$590 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in October 2019 (for 2019 JC2 students)
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$600 solo student per 4 weeks for 2 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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2019
A Level Examinations






 


Small Group Tuition (fees per Sec 3/4 student)

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If you begin tuition as Sec 3 student in 2019 (for 201Sec 3 students)
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$150 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in January 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$160 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in February 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$170 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in March 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4  students)
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$180 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in April 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$190 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in May 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in June 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in July 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in August 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in September 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in October 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$200 per student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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2019
O Level Examinations




 

1:1 Individual Tuition (fees per Sec 3/4 student)

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If you begin tuition as Sec 3 student in 2019 (for 2019 Sec 3 students)
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$300 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in January 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$310 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in February 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$320 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in March 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$330 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in April 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$340 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in May 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in June 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in July 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in August 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in September 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in October 2019 (for 2019 Sec 4 students)
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$350 solo student per 4 weeks for 1.5 hrs a week (permanent monthly fees)
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2019
O Level Examinations






T
erms
& Conditions

1. There is no 'trial session' available. If you wish to only pay for a single session, the fees payable (to be paid in cash at the start of the single session) will come under the ad hoc single sessions system, which is charged at a slightly higher rate. To qualify for the cheapest rate, you have to pay for the 4 sessions upfront (at the start of the 1st session), fees paid out are non-refundable.

2.  Fees must be paid in cash (not cheque or bank transfer), at the start (not end) of the 1st session, and at the start (not end) of every 4 sessions. Fees paid out are non-refundable. If a student forgets to bring his fees, the session has to be cancelled and rescheduled.

3.  Students must inform well in advance if there are any schedule changes. If a student fails to turn up for a scheduled session without adequate advance notice, the session is forfeited.

4.  All missed sessions (regardless of reason, eg. medical leave) must be made up asap, and to be rescheduled in advance whenever possible (eg. bringing forward all sessions affected by school exams). To this end, all students are to specify a backup day for each week.

5.  For Group Tuition, all new students need to find at least 1 friend to form a subgroup to come with. All members of a subgroup must attend every session together. If one member of a subgroup cannot attend a session (eg. medical leave), the session is cancelled and must be made up asap, by all members of the subgroup together.

6.  For Group Tuition, other subgroups may be present at the same time, but will usually (ie. most of the time) not exceed a total of 4 students at a time.


Thank you for accepting these Terms & Conditions, I look forward to helping you with your Chemistry soon!  







Updated 9729 Syllabus  H2 Chemistry Books
Strongly Recommended for all Singapore JC Students 


    
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CS Toh's


 
| A Level Study Guide | Advanced Study Guide |
| A Level Practice Qns | A Level Practice MCQ |

http://www.post-1.com/step-by-step/?a=booklist






  Results! 

2018 A Level Results!
100% of my BedokFunland JC students scored A grade for their 2018 A Level Exams!!!




Please note : from 2017 onwards, due to a policy change, Result Slips are no longer displayed here.

 
Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC) 2016
 
  Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC) 2015
 
Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC) 2014
 
Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC) 2013
 
Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC) 2012


 
Alvin Tan 2016
 
Marcus Chong 2016
 
QiBin Ng 2016
 
HuiYuen Loh 2016
 
YanShan Ng 2016
 
WeiQing Zhang 2015
 
YingJie Ng 2015
 
Angelina Lam 2014
 
Brian Tan 2014
 
Jessica Kng 2014
 
JunEr Lee 2014
 
Matthew Tan 2014
 
Nicholas Ng 2014
 
ZhunYi Lim 2014
 
Wesley Ng 2013
 
Raphael Lee 2013
 
Aish Rao 2012
 
Aidil Muhd 2011
 
Binghong Chew 2011
 
Bingyi Lim 2011
 
Bryan Heng 2011
 
Delphine Ang 2011
 
Jeannie Ong 2011
 
Jiehui Chen 2011
 
Junhao Ng 2011
 
Minlin Lee 2011
 
Ruying Fong 2011
 
Sheriel Chia 2011
 
XinYi Chan 2011
 
Zheyuan Li 2011
 
Jesica Tan 2010
 
He Liyun 2010
 
Anissa Tan 2010
 
Charlie Lim 2010
 
Marissa Lee 2009
 
Geraldine Quek 2009
 
Krystal Ng 2009
 
Calvin Seah 2008



 


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BedokFunland JC   H2 Chemistry Questions
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BedokFunland JC's Social Responsibility in Supporting Lower SES Students on FAS :
If you cannot afford Private Tuition, you can post your Chemistry questions on Domain of Experts
Forums
, and I will help you out with all your A-Level or O-Level Chemistry questions free-of-charge!

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Qn :-Why did the acid go to the gym?
Ans : Because it wanted to become a buffer solution.
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Qn :-How can you identify who's the chemist and who's the labourer?
Ans : Ask them to pronounce the word "Unionized".


Two chemists go into a bar. The 1st one says "I'll have a glass of H2O."
The 2nd one says "I'll have a glass of H2O too." — and then he died.



A couple of BedokFunland JC original H2 Chem riddles :


The standard enthalpy change of combustion of magnesium is the same as the standard enthalpy change of formation of magnesium oxide, but the standard enthalpy change of combustion of aluminium is not the same as the standard enthalpy change of formation of aluminium oxide. Explain.

The 1st IE of lithium is more endothermic than the 1st IE of sodium, yet the Data Booklet shows that the standard oxidation potential for lithium is more positive than for sodium. Explain.

The covalent bond strengths of the halogens increase from iodine to chlorine, but decreases from chlorine to fluorine. Explain.

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H2Chem_Cambridge_ALevel_Qn_on_Enantiomers
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H2Chem_Tricky_MaxwellBoltzmann_Qn
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H2Chem_Cambridge_ALevel_Qn_on_Stereoisomers
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H2Chem_Naming_Ambidentate_Ligands
within_Linkage_Isomers_of_Coordination_Complexes

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H2Chem_Oxidation_of_Adrenaline
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H2Chem_TheCorrectWayToDrawMechanisms
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H2Chem_Sodium_from_Electrolysis
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H2Chem_Potassium_from_Electrolysis
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Histidine_Titration_Challenge_Qn
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Ag[Ag(CN)2] Titration Qn
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_AmosYee_drinks_TehOIceLimau
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
Why_is_H3PO3_a_stronger_acid_compared_to_H3PO4?

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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
How
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. H2Chem_1_Drop_Of_DiMethylMercury_On_Your_Skin_Will_Kill_You_After_1_Year
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. H2Chem_Reactive_Oxygen_Species
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. H2Chem_MotherOfSatan_TATP
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. H2Chem_DiChloroCuprate(I)_Coordination_Complex
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_TheThermodynamicsOfElectroChemistry
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. H2Chem_2008_P1_Q24_BedokFunlandJC_Extension
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_FremysSalt_and_Panadol
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Dimerization_of_Butadiene
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. H2Chem_Why_Processed_Meats_Are_Carcinogenic
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_Fun_with_Planarity
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. H2Chem_TheMysteriousFluoridesOfCesium_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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. H2Chem_A_Special_Alkane
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_TheChelateEffect
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_ComplexometricTitration_1
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. H2Chem_PartsPerMillion_by_Volume
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. H2Chem_ThermalStability_versus_ReactivitySeries
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. H2Chem_VietnameseChemistryCalculationQn
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. H2Chem_How_Precipitation_Can_Affect_pH
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. H2Chem_DiSulfur_DecaFluoride_Equilibria
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. H2Chem_From_Base_Hydrolysis_Kb_to_Ionic_Precipitation_Ksp
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. H2Chem_Cambridge_Question_on_CoPlanarity_Q5a
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. H2Chem_Cambridge_Question_on_Optical_Isomerism_Q6f_ii_&_iii
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_on_Drawing_Mechanisms
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. H2Chem_Succulent_Synthesis_of_Acid_Anhydrides
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. H2Chem_The_Arrhenius_Equation
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. H2Chem_Simultaneous_Solubilities_of_Silver_Compounds
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. H2Chem_HaloLactonization_DeductiveElucidation
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. H2Chem_The_Blue_Manganate(V)_Ion
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. H2Chem_Free_Radical_Mechanism_Indicators
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. H2Chem_The_GattermannKoch_ReactionMechanism
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Glutathione
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. H2Chem_How_Phenolphthalein_works
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Comparing_Acidities_Basicities_and_Nucleophilicities
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_ElectrophilicAromaticSubstitution
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_Fun_with_Carbenes
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. H2Chem_TheReactivityOfAlkynes
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. H2Chem_DrawingMechanismForCarboCationRearragement
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. H2Chem_DrawingMechanismsUsingStereoChemicalFormulae
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_of
Singapore_2016_ALevels_MonsantoProcess_Qn

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. H2Chem_Explaining_the_pKb_values_of_Histidine
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Free_Radical_Mechanism_Challenge
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H2Chem_Poor_Synthesis_Methods_Can_Kill_You *link*
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Radioactive_Decay_is_Fun
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Organic_Synthesis_Challenge
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Malondialdehyde_Qn
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H2Chem_BoronCarbonNitride_Planar_or_NonPlanar
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H2Chem_Spectrophotometric_Determination_of_Coordination_Complex_Stoichiometry
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 H2Chem_Decomposition_Mechanism_of_Ammonium_Nitrate
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H2Chem_Decomposition_of_Methanoyl_Chloride
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H2Chem_Electrophilic_vs_FreeRadical_Addition_of_HX_unto_Alkenes
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H2Chem_The_Cadmium_Sulfide_Ppt_Qn
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H2Chem_Deduce_the_Xenon_Fluoride_product
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H2Chem_Strength_of_Benzoic_Acid
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H2Chem_A_Drop_of_Water_Hangs_from_a_Leaf
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H2Chem_Oxidizing_Strength_is_not_just_about_Electron_Affinity
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H2Chem_When_Nucleophile_Meets_Electrophile
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H2Chem_Free_Radical_Mechanism_of_Oxidative_Rancidity
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H2Chem_Phenylamine_versus_Pyridine
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H2Chem_What_is_this_Functional_Group
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H2Chem_Hydrolyses_of_Germanium_Chlorides
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_AcidBase_Equilibria_MCQ
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H2Chem_Thermodyanamic_vs_Kinetic_products
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H2Chem_2016_Chemistry_Calculations_Challenge
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H2Chem_Mechanism_for_H2O2_Disproportionation
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H2Chem_The_Enigmas_of_Hydrogen_Bonds
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H2Chem_Special_Exceptions_for_Copper(I)Iodide_Fehings_Tollens
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H2Chem_Fun_with_Alkenes_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_The_Hydroxide_Carbonate_Riddle_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Deriving_Redox_Potentials_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_The_Mysterious_Oxide_of_Chromium_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Disproportionation_of_Nitrous_acid_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Ferrate(VI)_Redox_Qn
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H2Chem_Nucleophilicity_vs_Basicity_of_Primary_vs_Secondary_vs_Tertiary_Amines
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H2Chem_Deduce_the_Mechanism_for_this_Equilibrium
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H2Chem_Kinetics_calculate_rate_constant_k
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H2Chem_Solubilities_and_Acidities_of_Cis_vs_Trans_Butenedioic_acid
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H2Chem_CarboyxlicAcidDerivatives_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Aldehydes_vs_Ketones_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Aromaticity_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Alkyne_vs_Diene_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Alkenes_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Stereoisomerism_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_How_pH_can_affect_Electrophilic_Aromatic_Substitution
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H2Chem_Tricky_Chemical_Equilibria_Questions
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H2Chem_Gas_Laws_2_Containers_Problem
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H2Chem_H2Bio_Tertiary_Structure_of_Fibrous_Proteins
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H2Chem_Why_this_Friedel_Crafts_reaction_kena_Epic_Fail
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H2Chem_Give_That_Man_A_Teh_O_Ice_Limau
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H2Chem_Kinetics_Can_Be_Tricky
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H2Chem_Stereoisomers_Of_Cyclic_Molecules
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H2Chem_Ortho_vs_Para_vs_Meta_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
(Yahoo Q&As here and here)
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H2Chem_How_Heavy_Metals_Denature_Proteins
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H2Chem_RachelLeeJiaLi_asks_Acid_Base_Equilibria_Qn
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H2Chem_IodineHeptaFluoride
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H2Chem_Why_is_Vitamin_C_Acidic
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H2Chem_Birch_Reduction_of_Benzene
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H2Chem_Steric_Hindrance_can_be_useful_in_Synthesis_Strategies
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H2Chem_Which_is_the_stronger_Lewis_acid_BF3_or_BCl3
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H2Chem_From_Ammonia_to_Hydrazine_A_Redox_Reaction
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H2Chem_Deductive_Elucidation_involving_CarboCation_Rearrangement
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H2Chem_Do_Alkenes_react_with_Benzene_Yes_they_can
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H2Chem_Electrophilic_Addition_across_Conjugated_Dienes
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H2Chem_TheBambergerRearrangement
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H2Chem_Chemistry_of_Sulfur_Halides
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H2Chem_Equilibrium_Mechanism_between_Gaseous_N2O5_and_Solid_NO2NO3
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H2Chem_SN1_does_not_always_result_in_complete_Racemization
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H2Chem_Nucleophilic_Substitutions_with_Allylic_Rearrangements
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_proves_N_is_more_Electronegative_than_Cl
.
H2Chem_The_Claisen_and_Dieckmann_Condensations
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H2Chem_ThermalDecompositionOfHydratedCopper(II)Sulfate
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H2Chem_Cambridge_InorganicAnalysisCalculationQn
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H2Chem_MichaelAdditionReaction
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H2Chem_RedoxStoichiometryChallengeQn
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H2Chem_NitrogenMonoxide_to_NitrosylHalide_to_Nitrosonium
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Vanadium_OS_Riddle
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  H2Chem_The_BloodRed_PentaAquoThioCyanatoIron(III)_CoordinationComplex
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H2Chem_How_Enthalpy_and_Entropy_Affects_Position_of_Equilibrium
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H2Chem_PF5_pwnz_NF5_and_PH5
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H2Chem_If_the_S_atom_is_sp3_hybridized_where_are_the_p_orbitals_used_for_pi_bonding
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H2Chem_The_Bond_Enthalpies_of_the_Pnictogens
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H2Chem_Difference_between_BaseCatalyzed_versus_BasePromoted
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H2Chem_Iodide_thinks_Thallium_I_am_not
O_o_I_Thallium_therefore_Iodide_am_not_o_O

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H2Chem_Difference_between_SideProduct_versus_ByProduct
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H2Chem_The_Mysterious_d_Block_Contraction
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H2Chem_Electrophilic_Addition_may_yield_an_Unexpected_Product
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H2Chem_Tollens_Reagent_Complex_Ion_Solubility_Equilibria
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_on_2013_A_Level_P2_Q3
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_on_2013_A_Level_P1_Q8
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H2Chem_The_PentazeniumAzide_Allotrope_of_Nitrogen
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H2Chem_Whats_the_OS_of_lead_in_Pb3O4
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H2Chem_Acidities_of_Phenol_versus_BetaDiKetones
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H2Chem_Structures_of_P4O6_vs_P4O10
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H2Chem_Synthesis_of_MethylEsters_using_DiazoMethane
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H2Chem_Solubility_Equilibria_of_SilverChromate(VI)
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H2Chem_LiAlH4_Reduction_of_CarboxylicAcids_to_Alcohols
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H2Chem_LiAlH4_Reduction_of_Amides_to_Amines
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H2Chem_Is_Carbon_Monoxide_really_Neutral
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H2Chem_Position_of_Equilibrium_in_KetoEnol_Tautomerism
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H2Chem_From_Inorganic_Carbide_To_Organic_Propyne
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H2Chem_Hydrolysis_of_Nitriles
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H2Chem_The_Lazy_Inert_Pair_Effect
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H2Chem_What_does_Cell_Potential_tell_u_about_Position_of_Equilibrium
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H2Chem_The_Iodoform_Mechanism
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H2Chem_Why_sulfur_forms_S8_while_oxygen_forms_O2
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H2Chem_The_Case_Of_The_Solvated_Electron
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H2Chem_Name_the_Ionic_Compound_that_has_No_Ionic_Bonds
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H2Chem_Hydrolysis_of_Calcium_Phosphide
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H2Chem_Reaction_of_Amides_with_SOCl2
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H2Chem_Hess_Law_applied_to_Group_VII
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H2Chem_The_Hydroxonium_Ion
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H2Chem_VSEPR_Geometries
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H2Chem_Mechanism_of_Chymotrypsin_Enzyme
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H2Chem_Mechanism_of_Dephosphorylation_Enzymes
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H2Chem_The_Hofmann_Rearrangement
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H2Chem_The_Wittig_Mechanism
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H2Chem_Special_Case_of_Fehlings_and_Tollens
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H2Chem_Fries_Rearrangement
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H2Chem_CyanuricAcid
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H2Chem_Degree_of_Unsaturation
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H2Chem_WhyLonePairsRepelMoreThanBondPairs
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H2Chem_Electron_Configurations_of_Ions
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H2Chem_Using_Dash-and-Wedge_to_illustrate_SN2_Inversion_of_Configuration
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H2Chem_Separation_of_Organic_Compounds_by_Acid_Base_Solvent_Extractions
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H2Chem_ThermoChromic_Transition_Metal_Coordination_Complexes
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H2Chem_Amide_versus_Peptide
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H2Chem_Substitution_versus_Elimination
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H2Chem_Kinetics_of_FriedalCrafts_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
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H2Chem_Equilibrium_of_Cyclopropanone_and_its_Hydrate
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H2Chem_Relationship_between_ElectroChem_&_Equilibria
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H2Chem_WhyAproticSolventsSolvateAnionsPoorly
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H2Chem_ReactivitySelectivityPrinciple_and_ResonanceStabilizedRadicals
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H2Chem_The_Delightfully_Tedious_Solubility_Equilibria_Qn
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H2Chem_Melting_vs_Boiling_Points_of_Cis_vs_Trans_Alkenes
.
H2Chem_StrongestAcidInTheUniverse
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H2Chem_Ethene_plus_Hydrogen_and_CarbonMonoxide_generates_Propanal
.
H2Chem_Fun_with_Free_Radicals
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H2Chem_Sadistic_OC_Deductive_Elucidation
.
H2Chem_Benzyl_Halide_versus_Vinyl_Halide
.
H2Chem_AutoCatalytic_Hydrolysis_of_Lactone
.
H2Chem_WhyAreTransAlkenesMoreStableThanCisAlkenes
.
H2Chem_WhyAreInternalAlkenesMoreStableThanTerminalAlkenes
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H2Chem_Diels_Alder_mechanism
.
H2Chem_Alkene_vs_Alkyne_and_Amine_vs_Imine
.
H2Chem_Ping_Pong_Balls
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_OC_Deductive_Elucidation
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_Inorganic_Qualitative_Analysis
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H2Chem_Cambridge_Killer_OC_Deductive_Elucidation_Synthesis_Qn
.
H2Chem_KetoneAsNucleophileGuy_Attacks_KetoneAsElectrophileGirl
.
H2Chem_AcidBase_and_Solubility_Equilibria
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H2Chem_Acidity_of_Alcohol_vs_Thiol
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H2Chem_Reactivities_of_H_atoms_in_Free_Radical_Substitution
.
H2Chem_Nucleophilic_Substitution_Casino_Qn
.
H2Chem_Stereochemistry_of_the_Bromination_of_Cyclopentene
.
H2Chem_Geometrical_Isomers_of_Butenedioic_acid
.
H2Chem_Factors_That_Modify_Acidity_of_CarboxylicAcids

H2Chem_Why_Hydrofluoric_Acid_Eats_Through_Glass
.
H2Chem_Tricky_Isomers_of_3-MethylPentane
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H2Chem_2012_Paper3_N2O5_mechanism
.
H2Chem_2012_Paper3_MalicAcid_mechanism
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_on_the_Si-F_bond
.
H2Chem_Acid-Base_Equilibria_of_Arginine
.
H2Chem_Acid-Base_Equilibria_of_Histidine
.
H2Chem_Does_Markovnikov_Rule_Always_Work?
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H2Chem_The_Mysterious_DiHypoPhosphorous_Acid

H2Chem_Oxidation_of_Alcohols_versus_Aldehydes
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H2Chem_Acid_Base_Equilibria_of_Alpha_Amino_Acids
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H2Chem_White_Phosphorus
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H2Chem_Acid_Base_Equilibria_in_Kinetics
.
H2Chem_The_Link_Between_Kinetics_And_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_NF3_Anomalous_Bond_Angle
.
H2Chem_HowLemonJuiceGetsRidOfSashimiFishySmell
.
H2Chem_SpiderSilk_NumberOfAminoAcidResidues
.
H2Chem_Thermodynamics_and_Equilibria
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H2Chem_Hydrogen_Bond_Donors_vs_Acceptors
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H2Chem_Metallic_vs_Ionic_Bonding
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H2Chem_Hydrogen_Bonding_in_Liquid_aka_Glacial_Ethanoic_Acid
.
H2Chem_Extraction_of_Bromine_from_Sea_Salt
.
H2Chem_The_Mathematics_of_Kinetics
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Double_Titration
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H2Chem_Bond_Strength_in_Phenylethene
.
H2Chem_Reaction_between_CuSO4_and_KI
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H2Chem_Homogenous_Catalyst_for_H2O2_Decomposition
.
H2Chem_Distillate_vs_Residue_Organic_Chemistry
.
H2Chem_pH_of_water_at_different_temperatures
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Enthalpy_Changes
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H2Chem_Boiling_Water_On_Mountain_Tops
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H2Chem_Structure_of_CO2_vs_SiO2
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H2Chem_Structure_of_N2_vs_P4
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H2Chem_Pouring_NaOH_over_SiO2
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H2Chem_VanDerWaals_vs_HydrogenBonding
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H2Chem_Sadistic_Kinetics
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H2Chem_Kinetics_and_Mechanisms_Q1
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H2Chem_Kinetics_and_Mechanisms_Q2
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H2Chem_U_got_1_min_per_MCQ_Qn_ReadySetGo
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H2Chem_Kinetics_&_Equilibria
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H2Chem_N2O4_Equilibria
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H2Chem_Qc_vs_Kc
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H2Chem_Buffer_Qn
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H2Chem_Sadistic_Buffer_Qn
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H2Chem_CommonIonEffect_SolubilityEquilibria
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H2Chem_CadmiumSulfate_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_MonoHydroxoChromium_Equilibria
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H2Chem_TetraAmineCopper(II)Ion_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Polyprotic_Amphiprotic_Equilibria
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H2Chem_Competing_Solubility_Equilibria
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H2Chem_RedCatRidingAnOx
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H2Chem_SolubilityOfGroupII_Hydroxides_vs_Carbonates
.
H2Chem_CalciumCarbonate_Iconoclastic_Solubility
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Ownz_DeductiveElucidation
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Ownz_PathwaySynthesis
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H2Chem_Cyclobutane_Anomalous_Bond_Energy
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H2Chem_MethylEnols_Iodoform_Test
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H2Chem_Basicities_of_Amines
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H2Chem_ElectrophilicAromaticSubstitutions
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H2Chem_Oxidation_of_Ketones
.
H2Chem_Why_24DNPH_dont_react_with_esters_amides
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H2Chem_Clemmenson_Reduction
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H2Chem_Acidity_of_NitroPhenols
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H2Chem_The_Hypothetical_Amino_Acid








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