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HKCEE Section A 1. (@) Any ONE of the following CHEM = ze50 Substances with colour Substances without colour (white) nitrogen dioxide iron({t1) oxide i | ammonia | carbon dioxide magnesium oxide potassium oxide or | Substances with an odour Substances without an odour aromonia carbon dioxide nitrogen dioxide || magnesium oxide | | iron(it oxide L potassium oxide or) Water soluble substances ‘Water insoluble substances [ammonia Tron(lil) oxide carbon dioxide ‘magnesium oxide nitrogen dioxide | potassium {Also accept other correct (b) Any ONE of the following, jassifications. Do NOT accept classification ‘based on melting point, boiling point, density or electrical conductivity.) ‘Acidic substances Basic substances Garbon dioxide ‘ammonia nitrogen di ‘magnesium oxide iron( It} oxide potassium oxide or | Canbe reduced by Cannot be reduced by heating with charcoal ing with charcoal carbon dioxide ‘aon nitrogen dioxide ‘magnesium oxide iroa( til oxide potassium oxide ‘or [Can be decomposed by eleciralysis| Cannot be decomposed by electrolysis magnesium oxide iron(iil) oxide | potassium oxide ‘ammonia carbon dioxide Substances that react with water Substances not react with water nitrogen dioxide carbon dioxide iron(M1) oxide ‘magnesium oxide potassium oxide (Also eccept her coreot Casifcatons. Do NOT sccep Jlssicaton based on bonding and structure. ) 2000-CE-CHEM 1-11 Fem -/ 210 20) (210) (210) (210) (210) 20) oO 2eve-2 ‘Marks 2. (a) The average isotopic mass of the natural isotopes/average mass of an atomof the element on the 1 PC (= 12.000) scale 1 a, relive atomic mass = 1°38! mass of an atom ofthe element a FpxMASs of an atom of carbon -12 a (b) GY / potassium (K) 1 Y isa reactive metal and reacts readily with oxygen water in air 1 i) X / argon (Ar) ' X is chemically inert is a noble gas / will not react with the hot tungsten filament. t ii) W / sulphur (S) ' Sulphur ean form SO,/$O, which, when dissolved in water, give H,SO,/H,SO,/ acidic 1 solution cae (Only ONE answer should be given. Do NOT mark explanation if the choice is incorrect.) © 3. @) copper 1 high electrical conductivity / good electrical conductor 1 (b) aluminium 1 low density I (©) bronze 1 high corrosion resistance / high mechanical strength 1 (Do NOT mark explanation if choice is wrong.) (fore than one explanation is given, mark the correct one. Award 0 marks for explanation if an absurd explanation has been included.) © 2000-CE-CHEM 1-12 rev -3 Marks 4, Chemical Knowledge (6 marks) Add excess dilute sulphuric acid / hydrochloric acid to the sampic 1 ‘Copper( I) oxide dissolves / a blue solution { green solution is formed i Filter off the copper powder 1 ‘Wash the copper powder with water and allow itto dry 1 ‘Weigh the copper powder i amass of copper powder Percentage by mass of eopper powder inthe sample = T™#S2 °F SOPPEE POMEES jg saat date gata ‘mass of sample ' Aktemative answer Heat the sample ina combustion tube ® Pass lydrogen_/ town gas / carbon monoxide / ammonia over the heated sample until all black (1) copper(II) oxide turns reddish brown, brown / red a) ‘Allow to cool and weigh the product a change in mass of sample Mass of copper ~ Stange in mass OF AMP. formula mass of CuO ass of copper It) oxide (x): relative atornic mass of O a Percentage by mass of copper powder -———*¥___)x100 ‘mass of sample > a (Accept other correct answers including back tration.) © Effective communication (3 marks) General guidelines for marking effective communication : (i) The mark for effective communication should relate to the candidate's knowledge in chemistry. A candidate who wrote a paragraph which is corally unrelated to the question should deserve zero marks both in chemical knowledge and in effective communication. i) The tble below illustrates the relationship between the mark for chemical knowledge and the ‘macimum matk for effective communication, together wit the points to be considered in marking effective communication, ‘mark for chemical | maximum mark for effective | points to be considered in paragraph knowledge ‘communication {iit below 4 or above 3 (A), (B) and (©) 3 or below 2 (B) and C) (iii) The three marks for effective communication are awarded as follows (A) the ability to present ideas in a precise manner, including the proper use of chemical terms (this mark should not be awarded to answers which contained 2 lot of incorrect/superfluous materials); 1 (B) the ability to present ideas in a systematic manner (i.., the answer is easy 10 follow); 1 (©) the ability to present answer in paragraph form and to express ideas using full sentences. oy (ifcone. H,$O,/ HNO, is used, marks for (A) should be 0.) ®) 2000-CE-CHEM 1-13