Natalie M.

Natalie M.

£22 - £24 /hr

Urban Design and International Planning (Masters) - Manchester University

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I'm currently studying for a Masters in Urban Design at the University of Manchester but completed a Masters in Chemistry for my first degree a couple of years ago.


I still love swatting up on the latest in popular science as it helps keep the Chemistry wheels turning, having the chance to work through those challenging topics with my students again is great fun.


Similarly with Maths, working through a problem and seeing the logic unfold before your eyes is great!

I'm currently studying for a Masters in Urban Design at the University of Manchester but completed a Masters in Chemistry for my first degree a couple of years ago.


I still love swatting up on the latest in popular science as it helps keep the Chemistry wheels turning, having the chance to work through those challenging topics with my students again is great fun.


Similarly with Maths, working through a problem and seeing the logic unfold before your eyes is great!

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We'll always start by recapping the learning on the topics (Maths or Chemistry) so we can work out where we need to focus to complete the student's understanding. After that we'll test this understanding using past paper practise, I will also set my own questions to make sure the student fully understands what we've been working through.

We'll always start by recapping the learning on the topics (Maths or Chemistry) so we can work out where we need to focus to complete the student's understanding. After that we'll test this understanding using past paper practise, I will also set my own questions to make sure the student fully understands what we've been working through.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (A2)A
MathsA-level (A2)A
GeographyA-level (AS)A
MSci ChemistryDegree (Masters)1ST CLASS HONS

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SubjectQualificationPrices
ChemistryA Level£24 /hr
BiologyGCSE£22 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£22 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£24 /hr

Questions Natalie has answered

If Angela gets 50p change from a £2 coin, how much is 250g of butter? (full details below)

Angela wants to bake a cake. She needs:250g flour250g sugar3 eggs125g butterEach costs:1kg flour 90p1kg sugar £1.206 eggs £1.15250g butter xShow your working.(0.25 x 0.9) + (0.25 x 1.2) + (0.5 x 1.15) + 0.5x = 2.00 - 0.50.5x = 1.5-1.1x = 2 x 0.4x = 80p so 250g of butter costs 80p.Angela wants to bake a cake. She needs:250g flour250g sugar3 eggs125g butterEach costs:1kg flour 90p1kg sugar £1.206 eggs £1.15250g butter xShow your working.(0.25 x 0.9) + (0.25 x 1.2) + (0.5 x 1.15) + 0.5x = 2.00 - 0.50.5x = 1.5-1.1x = 2 x 0.4x = 80p so 250g of butter costs 80p.

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4 months ago

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Thinking about the periodicity of the period 3 elements, explain the structure of the Sodium and Phosphorus Oxides and the acid-base behaviour of the Oxide solutions.

Electronegativity increases across a period because the atomic radius decreases (i.e. the valence electrons are closer to the nucleus and experience a higher attraction). This is because there are more protons in the nucleus (higher positive charge) whilst screening by inner electrons remains relatively constant. Na2O has an ionic lattice structure because there is a big electronegativity difference between Na and O so O attracts the shared electrons more strongly. P4O10 has a covalent molecular structure because there is a much smaller electronegativity difference between P and O so neither attracts the shared more strongly.In solution Na2O --> 2Na+ + O2-. O2- is a strong oxidising agent and reacts with H2O to form OH-, a strong base. In full, Na2O +H2O --> 2NaOH. P4O10 + 6H2O --> 4H3PO4, this is a weak acid but some H+ is liberated.Electronegativity increases across a period because the atomic radius decreases (i.e. the valence electrons are closer to the nucleus and experience a higher attraction). This is because there are more protons in the nucleus (higher positive charge) whilst screening by inner electrons remains relatively constant. Na2O has an ionic lattice structure because there is a big electronegativity difference between Na and O so O attracts the shared electrons more strongly. P4O10 has a covalent molecular structure because there is a much smaller electronegativity difference between P and O so neither attracts the shared more strongly.In solution Na2O --> 2Na+ + O2-. O2- is a strong oxidising agent and reacts with H2O to form OH-, a strong base. In full, Na2O +H2O --> 2NaOH. P4O10 + 6H2O --> 4H3PO4, this is a weak acid but some H+ is liberated.

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4 months ago

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