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102. Improve Your Marks: A2 Energetics- Born-Haber Cycles

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This Chemistry Factsheet aims to give you tips to help improve your marks when answering A2 Energetics questions about Born-Haber cycles.

The areas covered are:
• A check of your understanding about the formation of an ionic.
• Compound.
• Born-Haber Cycles.
• Defining Born-Haber Cycle terms.
• Getting each point right in the exam.
• Applying the knowledge.

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April 2006

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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