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1.

Choices #2

Which of the following pairs of formulae is


true for butanoic acid?
Molecular
Fonuula

Empirical
FcmnuIa

(A)
(B)
.(0)

C4H802
C.H60Z
C4H.02

CHlO
CHP

(D)

C.HaO

3.

The compound whkh shows both cis-trans


isomerism and optical isomerism is
H

<,
C

(A)

-,

/
C

C2H.O
CzH.O

/i"
..

-, -,

C-C-H

/
H

Br

2.

Combustion analysis of 0.18 g of an organic


COIl".p)Wld produa:s 0396 g of carbon dioxide
and 0.216 g of water, The empirical fonnula
of the compound, given that it contains
carbon. hydrogen and oxygen only, ts
(A)

jll.)-

C~.04
C,l\O

(C)
(D)

C4H.O
C6H160;:

Cl

"

Cl

C==C

'"

(8)

C
H

/1'".
H

C-H

/"
H

Cl

<,

c
H

/1"
Br

C-H
H

H/

"

4.

5.

6.

When propane reacts with ~ (g) in the


presence of sunlight, two possible mono-

7.

The equation for the formation


anaesthetic, CF3CHBJCI. is

substituted products. l-chloropropane and


2~ane
are formed. What is tberatio
of l-chloropropane to 2-chloropropane?

CF3C~CI

(A)

1:2

The type of reaction occurring is

(B)
(C)
(D)

1: 3
2: 1
3: 1

(A)
(B)
(C)
(l)

of

CF1C~JCI.

Br2)

electrophilic substitution
free radical substitution
nucleophilic addition
nucleophilic substitution

The formula. C6Hs COOH, indicates that

(X)
(B)
(C)

an acid group is present


tbecompoundisketone
thecompoundis derived fromhexane

(D)

seven carbon atoms are arranged in


achain

In the reaction between ethene and bromine,


which statements
about the reaction
mechanism may be true?

1.
ll.

m.
(A)
(B)

(C)
(D)

A carbocation foims in the rate


ckrennining step.
A dative covalent bond forms
between the bromide ion and
elbene.
Heterolytic fission of the brominebromine bond occurs.
I only
I and llonly
II and
only
I, n and ID

8.

Ethanol can be formed by the folIo


reaction:

c;y + NaOH ~

C~OH+

Nal

The mechanism used is


(A)
(8)

electrophi.licaddition
ntrlrophilicaJdition
eiectrophillc substitution
nucleophilic substitution

9.

2-hydroxy- 2 - methyl propanoic acid can be formed from propanone in tbe two steps. illustrated below.
CH3

StqoX

0)

CH;,

I
CH3-C-CaN
I

StepY

OH

')0

I
OH

"OH

CB,J-C-C

Which of the following statements about these stepS may be ttue?

10.

I.
11.
ill.

Step X invol'YeSmdeophilic addition.


Aqueous potassium cyanide is the reagent in Step
Step Y involoves hydrolysis.

(A)
(8)
(C)

I only
I andn only

(D)

I. 11and

n and m only
m

V'v1lich of the followingoompouods will NOT


~brominewaferbutwilldeoolourize
potassium
(A)

x..

I1lB.I1gll<aare(VII) 00 warming?
Butane

11.

A compound. X. reaas with


J.

n.

Ethar.ol

(C)

Etbene

(D)

Etbanoicacid

m.

2, 4-dinitropbeoylhychzine

CompoundXisM~"likely
(A)

(B)

(C)

(DNPH)

to give an orange precipitate


Fehling's
solution to give a red
precipitate
aqueousallca1ine iodine to give yellow
crystals

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refers to the foUowing reaction.

Brl

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Item 13 refers to the following


tyrosine.

&

COzD

I
I

HzN-C-

CHz

The product of the following reaction is


tonnedby
CA)

_(Bf"
(C)
(D)

an elimination reaction
electrophilic substitution
free radical substitution
nucleophilic substitution

OH

13.

The pH of tyrosine is MOST I


(A)

2.1

(8)

5.6

(D)

7.0
9.0

-ter

14.

Which of the following is NOT true of addition polymerisation?


(A)
(B)

?or
15.

Only one type of polymer is fonned.


The molecular mass of the polymer is a muitiple of the monomer unit
The polymer is readily hydrolysed to the monomer,
The physical and chemical properties of t ,~polymer are different from those of

Which of the following is true for starch and glucose?


Glucose
(A)

High solubility in watec

High solubility in water

(B)

Low solubility in water

Low solubility in water

(C)

Gives bluerblack colour with iodine

Gives blueJblack colour with iodine

No reaction with Fehling's solution

Reduces Cu2 in Fehling's solution to redl1x::"~

.1.1
lr"_~
.

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16.

Which of the following sets of titration


readings is the MOSfprecise?
(A)

25.1

255

25.1

252

(B)

24.9

245

252

25.4

(C)

25.0

25.0

24.9

24.8

(D)

25.0

245

24.8

24.6

20.

Treatment of a 10.00 g sample containing a


chloride salt with excess silver nitrate solution
produces 8.08 g of silver cbloride.
(Ag= 108, Cl =35.5)
TIle expression for the percentage of chloride
in the sample is
35.5xlO.OO

17.

Which of the following is NOT a property of


a primary standard?

(8)

Does not undergo hydrolysis


Low relative molecular mass
Obtainable in a pure state
Very soluble in water

(C)

(A)

(B)

(C)
(D)

18.

(A)

What is the concentration (mol dm-3~of an


aqueous solution that contains 63.3g of
ISFe(CN', 'in 1.0 dm] of solution? [The
relative fc,mulamassof~Fe(CN)6
is 329.2.]
(A)
(B)
(C)

(0)

What is the relative atomic mass ofX7

21.

5200

5206
52.25
53.00

xlOO \

143.5x8.08
35.5x8.08

xlOO

143.5 x 10.00

::;1

(A)

.cm-

22.

xlOO

A compound absorbs light of frequency 940


MHz. TIm wavelength. in cm, of the light
absorbe~:;{c;:;:;3.0x lOSms") C-= j V
!.

:;j.91 x 10-131.91 X 10"1


31.91 x l()6

Which two features BEST describe ultraviolet


radiation?

(A)

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

108 x 10.00

(0)

l nx 10-1
2.95 x 1()-4
.
1 oX lO-~
5.11xl0-1

Naturally occurring Element X has four


isotopes: sox. nx, S3X and 54x. They have
percentage abundanceof4.31,
83.76. 9.55
and 2.38 respectively.

35.5x8.08

35.5xIO.OO

(C)
(0)

19.

xlOO

108x8.08

(9
(0)

Long wavelength
Longwave1ength
Shcrt wavelength
Short wavelength

and high energy


and low frequency
and higbfrequency
and low energy

23.

(AlO ~l()

Which of the following

alkenes has the wavelength

ofmaximwn

(0)0

absorption.

~ H

24.

Which of the following equations governs the


determin.1.tion of an unknown compound. X.
in a solution by UV NIS spectroscopy?

CA)
(8)

Cc}
CD)

log,!)
log(()
10g10
log,!)

A max

27.

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Wbich of the following is NOT a stationary


phase used in chromatography?

(A)
(B)

(D)

(Ill)
eeL
(Ill.) = eeL
(Ill) e L [XJ
(Ill.) = e L [XJ

(C)

Alwnina
Cellulose
Silica gel
Starch

Item 28 refers to the following information.

25.

I.
lL
ill.

IV.
CA)

(B)
(C)
(D)

26.

Sample X is a mixture of substances.


X was
separated into its components using paper
chromatography
simultaneously
with
individual samples of e, f. g and h. The
chromatograph produced is shown below.

Which oftbe following pairs do NOT absorb


infrared radiation?
~Oandm
a, and Cl;
NH} and HBr
CH. and Br~
I and ill only
I and IV only
nand manly
II and I V only

Which of the following species is NOT a


significant fragment from the mass spectrum
of'ethanol?

Sample X
(A)
(B)

C2HsOH+

(C)

C~+

(D)

C2Hs'"
OH'"

28.

Which substances
in Sample X?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

e. f. g
e. f. h
e.g. h
e. f.g. h

are MOST likely present

29.

A solution of 10 g of a carboxylic acid (weak


acid) in 100 cm' of water is shaken with
100cm" of ethoxyethane. It is found that only
6.S g of the acid remains in aqueous solution
at equilibrium. The partition coefficient is
(A)

0.054-

(8)

054

(C)

5.4

(D)

54

31.

Which of the following are important factors


to consider in determining the location of a
factory?

L
II.

IV.

Proximity to a potential workforce


Availability
to a means
of
transportation
Potential pollution of air. land and
water
Proximitytorawmaterials

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

I. IIand m only
I. IIand IV only
1, m and IV only
I. II, ID and IV

m.

~
refers to the following apparatus
used in organic preparations:

32.

The extraction of aluminium involves the


electrolysis of purified bauxite dissolved in
molten cryolite, Na3A1F6 The MAIN
purpose of the cryolite is to
(A)

(B)
(C)

30.

For which of the following is the apparatus


NOT suitable?
(A)

(C)

(0)

Conversion
of phenylamine
to
benzenediazoniumchloric:le
Conversion of butan - 1 - 01 to
1 - bromobutane
Oxidation of propan - 2 - 01 to
propanone
Oxidation of methanol to methanoic
acid

(D)

32.

In t~ fractional distillation of erode oil. the


diffe. }it fractions are separated based on
their
(A)

polarity

(B)
(C)

volatility

(D)

34.

prevent tbe oxidation of the anodes


increase1he e~
rocductivity of
the melt
reduce the melting point of the
mixture
prevent the reoxidation
of the
aluminium formed at the cathode

viscosity
solubility

Ferment.alionofsugars to alcohol is conttolled


by a series of enzymes collectively known as
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

amylase
lipase
sucrase
zymase

[-.

~,.

28,.

C~E

In the Bosch-Haber process. Nz and Hz can


be obtained from XandY respectively. Whicb
of the following pairs BEST describes these
sources?

x
(A)
(B)

Air

(D)

Air

Chlorine is the active component


for
swimming pool disinfectants, although it is a
poisonous gas. Which salt below is used as a
safe chlorine source?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Ammonium
salts
Ammonium
salts

(C)

38.

Naphtha

11.

m.

39.

I and U only
I and m only
II and III only

(0)

I.U ndIII

nervous

use

n.

Fertilizec
Paint

(A)

"CHzCFzO

ill.
IV.

Fibre
Detergent

(B)
(C)

CHf"CFz
"CHFCFzCl
C~FCFCI

(A)

1,II and

(B)

1, m and IV only

(C)
(D)

(D)

40.

n, m and IV only
I. II. m and IV

TIle biological oxygen dem.ind (BOO) of


water measures the amount of oxygen

(A)
(B)

ch1orinelUld(1 y
chlorioonnd

UUl

(C)

hydrogen

(D)

hydrogen

'tlry
Jllln.h d. )(

(C)

(D)

44.
(A)
(B)

()

m only

(D)
43.

Which of the following statements


environmental effects is true?

present in a fixed volume of water


produced by aquatic plants in
photosynthesis
needed by microorganisms as they
decompose organic matter
used by aquatic organisms during

respiration

on

45.
(A)

In the eleclfoly
br n using the
diaphragm ~II. twu by VI
I tu

Id

industries

ChlorofIuorocarbons
undergo homolytic
fission by being exposed to ultraviolet light in
the stratosphere.
Which radical could result from CHfCFzCl?

Reduces manual dexterity

(A)
(B)
(C)

ammonium molybdate
sodium thiosulphate
potassium thiocyanate solution
potassium hexacyanoferrate(II)

sulphuric acid?

salts

Depresses the central


system
May cause liver disease

below

solution

Which of the following

A)
(B)
37.

(D)

Naphtha

Which of the following are consequences of


the consumption of alcohol?
I.

(A)

HOO
CaC~
NaClO
NaCI03

fuun

The presence of phosphate ions (PO 43-) can


be detected using

(B)
(C)

42.

I.
36.

41.

Air

Ammonium

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35.

IMP~

(B)

(C)
(D)

Greenhouse effect leads to global


warming.
Global warming leads to greenhouse
effect.
Photochemical smog leads to global
warming.
Eutrophication leads to greenhouse
effect.

(A)
(B)

(C)

(D)

41.

Item 44 refers to the schematic diagram


below.

The presence of phosphate ions (PO43-) can


be detected using
(A)
(B)

(C)
(0)

Rain and
lightning

anunoniummolybdate
sodium thiosulphate
potassium thiocyanate solution
potassium hexacyanoferrate(II)
solution

~=:

'C

Nz
42.

Chlorofluorocarbons
undergo homolytic
fission by being exposed to ultraviolet light in
the stratosphere.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(0)

compounds
Bacteria

Which of the following

statements
envirorunental effects is true?

(A)

nitrates

(B)

nitrites

(C)

nitric(V)acid
ammonium salts

on

45.
(A)
(B)
(C)

(D)

Bacteria

W would MOST likely be

(D)

43.

Plants

44.

-c~CF2a
CHl'-CFz
"CHFCFzCI
C~FCFCI

Greenhouse effect leads to global


warming.
Global warming leads to greenhouse
effect.
Photochemicalsmog leads to global
warming.
Eutrophication leads to greenhouse
effect.

The burning of polyvinylchloride,

PVC. is
considered an improper disposal technique
because PVC
(A)

(B)
(C)

(D)

forms toxic products


causes acid rain
destroys the ozone layer
has a very high melting point