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-21.

Which ofthe following apparatus/instruments


is most suitable for obtaining both cooking
oil and water from a- mixture of the two?
(A)
(B)

(C)
(D)

2.

II.
III.
IV.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Protons' and neutrons are found in


the-nucleus.
Electrons can be found anywhere
outside the nucleus.
%,
The number of protons always
equa l s th e number of neutrons.
The number of protons always
equals the number of electrons.

III.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

6.

I and III
I and IV
II and III
III and IV

Which ofthe following compounds may be


conveniently prepared by precipitation?
Barium sulphate
Sodium sulphate
Copper (II) sulphate
Magnesium nitrate

In descending Group VI I ofthe periodic table,


which TWO ofthe fol lowing trends occur?
I.
II.

Filter funnel
Separating funnel
Fractionating column
Volumetric flask

Which TWO of the following statements are


true about the arrangement of electrons,
protons and neutrons in an atom?'
1.

3.

5,

I V.

The reactivity of the elements


increases

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

I and Ill
I and IV
II and III
II and IV

Dilute sulphuric acid is classified as a strong


acid because it
(A)

produces 2 moles of hydrogen ions


per mole of acid

(B)

requires 2 moles ofsodium hydroxide


for neutralisation

(C)

is almost completely ionised and is


a good conductor of electricity
ionises to give both hydrogen ions
and sulphate ions.

(D)

7.

When a saturated solution of copper (II)


sulphate is cooled , crystals of copper (II)
sulphate-5 -waterbegin to form because solubilityofcopper(II) sulphate -5-water

(A)
(B)

4.

Which of the atoms represented below by


theirelectronicconfiguration willmost readily
form a positive ion?

(C)
(D)

(A)
(B)
(C).
(D)

2,8,1
2,8,2
2,8,7
2,8,8

The density of the elements increases


The relative atomic mass of the It
elements decreases
The melting point of the elements
increases

increases with decreasing temperature


decreases with increasing temperature
decreases with decreasing temperature
increases with increasing temperature

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8.

Thearrangementofelements in the periodic


table is based on
,(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

10.

Which of the following statements about sodium metal are CORRECT?


1.

relative atomic mass


atomicnumber
massnumber
relative molecular mass

II.
III.

9.

IV.

When iron (III) sulphate reacts with aqueous


potassium iodide,abrown colourationofiodine
isproduced. Whichofthefollowingdeductions
is correct?
/-(A)

Iron (III) sulphate is a reducing


agent.

.. (B)

The iodide ion, I,' has been oxidised to iodine.

l(C)

The.i,on,(III) sulphate has lost


electrons.

(D)

The iodide ion , I, has gained electrons.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
11.

I and III only


land IV only
II and Ill only
II and IV only

When aqueous silver nitrate is added to an


aqueous solution ofmagnesium chloride, a
white precipitate forms. The ionic equation
forthe formationofthis precipitate is
(A)

Mg+(aq) + NO3 (aq ) = MgNO3(s)

(B)

Age+(aq) + 2Cl (aq) = AgCI2(s)

(C)

Mgt+(aq)+2i O3(aq) = Mg

(D)

12.

It contains Na ions and mobile


electrons.
ItcontainsNa ionsandmobile
electrons.
It contains cations which repel each
other.
It contains anions which repel each
other.

(NO3 k)
Ag+(aq) + Cl (aq) = AgCI(s)

In which TWO of the following equations are the UNDERLINED reagents acting as
oxidising agents?
1.

2H2 (aq) + SO2(aq) = 2H2O(I) + 3S(s)

It.

1-12OZ(l) + H2SO4(aq) + 2KI(aq) = K2SO4(aq) + 2I-I,O(1) + I2(s)

III.

2FeC l ,(aq) + C 12(g) = 2FeC 1,( aq)

IV.

C60 (s) + H2 (g) = Cu(s) + H20(1)

(A)
_(B)
(C)
(D)

I and Ill
I and IV
-II and Ili
II a rid-[_V

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-413.

When crystals of potassium nitrate are


dissolved in water, the temperature of the

17.

Which ofthe following can exactly neutral ise


20 cm' of 2.0 mol dm-'sodium hydroxide?

solution decreases because

(A)

(B)
(C)

(D)

14.

The high melting point of ionic compounds


may be due to the
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

15.

little energy is required to break


down the crystal, structure of the
potassium nitrate
heat is always absorbed when a
substance dissolves ,
the energy content of dissolved
potassium nitrate is higher than
that of solid potassium nitrate
potassium nitrate is colder than
water

arrangement of ions
large numbers of ions
attraction among ions
movement of ions

I.

10 cm' of 4.0 mol dm-' hydrochloric


acid

it.

l0'cm' of2.0 mol dm-3 sulphuric acid

III.

(A)
I bnly
(B) ' II only
(C)
I and 11 only
(D), , II and III only

18.

Some -calcium carbonate was reacted with


excess dilute hydrochloric acid. The volume
of carbon dioxide evolved was recorded and
plotted against time. Which of the following
graphs represents this reaction?
(A)
Total volume
of CO2/Cm 3

Which of the following statements about


chemical reactions is NOT correct?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Energy is given out when bonds break


and taken in when bonds form.
Chemical reactions involve the
making and breaking of bonds.
Endothermic reactions take energy
from.the surroundings.
Exothermic reactions give energy
to the surroundings.

20 cm' of 4.0 mol dm' nitric acid

Time/ mins

(B)
Total volume'
of CO2/cm3

Titnel mins

(C)
16.

A substance that conducts an electric current


but remains chemically unchanged is
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

aqueous copper (II) sulphate


copper
sulphur
solid sodium chloride

Time/ mins

(D)
Total volume
of CO2 / cm3

Time/ mins

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- 519.

In which of the following processes is


fractional distillation NOT used?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

20.

22. . The mass of an element produced in


electrolysis is proportional to the

'Refining of crude petroleum


Separation of methanol from a
methanol-water mixture
Separation of chlorophyll ina leaf
extract
Separation of liquid air into
nitrogen and oxygen

Graphite can be used as a lubricant because of


(A)
(B)

(C)
(D)

strong attraction between the hexagonal layers of carbon atoms


weak attraction between the hex.,
gonal layers of carbon atoms
the loose electrons which can move
throughout the, lattice
strong attraction within the hexagonal layers of carbon atoms

II.
III.
IV.

quantity of electricity which has


been passed
volume of the electrolyte
mass of the electrolyte
mass of the electrode

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

I only
II and IV only
I and III only
III and IV only

I.

23.

Which of the following statements BEST


characterises a catalyst?
(A) .
(B)
(C)
(D)

21.

It increases the activation energy


of the reaction.
It alters the quantity of the products
formed.
It is always unchanged physically
at the end of a reaction.
It is always unchanged chemically

Which of the following sulphates are insoluble?


1.
II.
III .
IV.

Barium suiphate
Magnesium sulphate
Lead sul p hate
Aluminium sulphate

(A)
(B)

I and III only


I and H only

(C)
(D)

II and IV only
III and IV only

at the end of a reaction.

24.

Which of the following operations results in


sublimation?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

25.'

Heating of solid sodium chloride


Cooling of oxygen gas
Heating of ethanol .
Heating of iodine crystals

How many neutrons and electrons does the


2+

24

particle

12

have?

Neutrons
(A)
(B)
(C)

12
12
24

(D)

24

Electrons
10
12
10

12

0
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-626.

Which of the following sources of energy is


the MOSTcommonly used in the world today?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Nuclear
Fossil fuels
Biogas
Gasohol

30.

A sample of substance N was placed in solution


M. Which ofthe'followingdiagrams represents
pairs of experiments that would be most
suitable to determine how the concentration of
M affects the rate of the reaction?

II
27.

Study the following thermochemical equation.

(A)

X+Y = Z, AH=--B_kJ

x cm3of
1 mol dm-3
solution
of M

x cm3 of
2moldm-3
solution
of M

1gofN

IgofN

Which of the following methods can be used


to compute the value of - B kJ?
I.
H.
III.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Energy of Z minus the energy of X.


and Y
Energy of X and Y minus the energy
of Z
The sum of the energies of X, Y
and Z
I only
I and II only
III only
II and III only

()

x cm13of
cold

(C)

II
x cm3 of
hot solution
of I mol dm-3
or m

solution
1 mol dm3

of M.

-1gofN
28.

I g of N

Which of the following processes provides


evidence in support of the particulate nature
of matter?
II
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Diffusion
Precipitation
Condensation
Filtration

(D);

1gof N

29.

xcm3of
1 mol dm
solution
of M
2gN

Sulphuric acid forms the sodium salts NaHSO4


and Na2SO4. Its basicity is therefore
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

I
2
3
4

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Atoms of isotopes , X and Y, have


1.
II.
III.

the same number of electrons..


the same number of protons.
different numbers of neutrons.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

III only
II and III only
I and II only
I, Hand III

35.

All of the following gases are colourless


EXCEPT
(A)

02

(B)

32.

33.

Which ofthe following could produce carbon


dioxide and carbon monoxide as pollutants?
I.
II.
III.
'IV.

Geothermal energy
Solar energy
Fossil fuels
Biogas

(A)

I only

(B)
(C)

H only
II and III only

(D)

III and IV only

At 1 atmosphericpressure,,the particles move


fastest in a
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

34.

36.

37.

(C)

NO2

(D)

NH3

Which of the following elements reacts most


vigorously with I-t (aq) ions to give hydrogen
gas?
(A)
(B)
(C)

Zinc
Lead
Iron

(D)

Copper

Which of the following is a weak electrolyte?


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Molten lead
Aqueous ethanoic acid
Dilute hydrochloric acid
Molten lead bromide

liquid at 25 C
gas at 25 C
liquid at 100 C
gas at 100 C

Which of the following pairs of acids is


monobasic?
(A)

HCl and CH*3CO2H

(B)

HCl and H2SO4

(C)

HNO3 and H2S04

(D)

CH3 *CO,H and HO2000,H

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-840.

Item 38 refers to the following diagrams.

will(produce blue precipitate with aqueous


sodium hydroxide?

Dilute sulphuric acid \

. C\

' Which of the following aqueous solutions

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Calcium
carbonate

41.
11

Calcium nitrate
Iron (11) nitrate
Copper (11) nitrate
Aluminium nitrate

Which of the following statements is true?


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Ammonia is an acidic gas.


Ammonia is soluble in water and
functions as a base.
Nitric acid is used as a fertilizer and
a reducing agent.
Nitric acid contains two. replaceable
hydrogen atoms.

III
42.

Aluminium is more reactive than iron yet,


after a while, a piece of aluminium left
exposed to the atmosphere becomes corrosion resistant whilst a similar piece of
iron continues to corrode. This is because
the

Dilute hydrochloric

acid

IV

(S

Calci um

aluminium has reacted completely


(A)
(B) . iron oxide formed is more reactive

_31
r-11

than the aluminium oxide formed

(C)

carbonate Z
38.

In which ofthe experiments would the amount


of carbon dioxide collected be GREATEST?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

39.

I
II
III
[V

Which of the following gives an alkaline


reaction with moist litmus paper?
(A)

(B)

(C)
(D)

Ammonia
Nitrogen (IV) oxide
Hydrogen chloride
. Water

(D)

3.

oxide film on aluminium protects the


metal from further corrosion but the
oxide film on iron does not
iron oxide reacts with the iron below
but aluminium oxide does not react
with the aluminium below

Which of the following methods is used for


the extraction of metals at the top of the
electrochemical 'series?

(A)
(13)
(C)
(D)

Electrolysis of molten chloride


Electrol y sis of aqueous chloride
Electrolysis of molten oxide
Reduction of oxide with carbon

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44.

Which of the following metals will NOT


react with water under any conditions?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

48.

A compound has the following structural


formula.
HHHH
I
I
I

Magnesium
A l u mi n i um
Iron
Copper

H-C-C-C-C-O-H
I
I
I
HH

H-C-H
45.

H-C-H

Which of the following observations would


you expect to make when excess sodium
hydroxide solution is added to a solution
containing zinc ions?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

H
Which TWO of the following statements are
correct? The compound

An alkaline'gas produced
White precipitate soluble in excess
White precipitate insoluble in excess
A green precipitate insoluble inexcess

Items 46-47 refer to the following organic


compounds.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Ethanol
Ethene
Ethanoic acid
Ethyl ethanoate

49.

I..
II.
III.
IV.

is an alcohol.
is a branched alkane.
can react with sodium.
Js an unreactive substance.

(A)

I and III

(B)
(C)
(D)

I and IV
H and III
II and IV

Which of the following would you expect


to form an addition polymer?

In answering items. 46-47 a particular choice


from the above maybe made more than once,
once, or not at all.

(A)

Which of the organic compounds

(B)

46.

undergoes addition reactions?

47.

is immiscible with waterand is sweet-smelling?

CH,=CH
CN
O
CH3 - C-NH2

0
I

(C)
C17H35

(D)

-C - OH

H
I
CH3' C- CH3
I
CH 3

J
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Ethanol is NOT used asa


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

51.

.55.

beverage
fuel
lubricant
solvent

In whichofthe following istheamide linkage


present?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Polythene
Nylon
Starch
Terylene

56.

52.

The equation shown above represents a


reaction which is classified as

53.

Terylene
Nylon
Starch
Polythene

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

I only
I and IV only
I, II and III only
II, III and IV only

Which of the following substances gives a


blue colouration with iodine?
Fats..
Starches
Proteins
Polyamides

Item 57 refers to the following diagram of


an experiment.

addition
neutralisation
polymerisation
substitution

Yeast may be used in the fermentation of


starch to ethanol because
(A)

it is acidic

(B)

it contains enzymes which act on


starch
yeast itself produces the ethanol
it fixes the oxygen needed in the
reaction from the atmosphere

(C)
(D)

57.
54.

1.
II.
III.
I V.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

-H H
HH
I
I
I
I
H-C-C-H +C12-->H-C-C-C1 +HCI
I
i
I
I
H H
H H

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Which ofthe following is/are condensation


polymers?

The process by which large molecules of


hydrocarbon are broken up into smaller
molecules is called
(A)
(B)
(C)

saponification
cracking
polymerization

(D)

condensation

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The gas produced can be BEST identified


ilLiquid Xis

(A)
(B)
(C)

li me water
litmusselution
bromine water

(D)

sodium hydroxide solution

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- HItems 58 - 59 refer to the following diagram which represents three conversions


in organic chemistry

Ethyl ethanoate

II

Ethanoic acid
III

Ethanol

58.

59.

Which ofthe following equations BEST represents Conversion I?


(A)

CH3000H + C2H50H -a CH3000C2H5 + H2O

(B)

CH3COOH + C2HSOH

(C)

CH3000H+C2H5OH - CH3000C2H5 +H2O

(D)

CZHSCOOH +C2H5OH - C2H5000C-H5 H2O

C2H5000CH3 + H2O

For Conversion II, ethyl ethanoate is heated under reflux with


another compound. The name of the compound is
sodium chloride
ethanol
fatty acids
sodium hydroxide

60.

The compound propene, CH 3 CH=CH 2'


reacts with bromine to produce
(A)

CH3CBrCHBr + HBr

(B)

CH3CHBrCH2Br + HBr

(C)

CH3C1-12CHBr2

(D)

CH3CHBrCH,Br

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