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HKDSE CHEMISTRY – book 4B ans

HKDSE CHEMISTRY – book 4B ans

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 ©Aristo Educational Press Ltd. 2010
HKDSE CHEMISTRY – A Modern View(Chemistry)
Coursebook 4BSuggested answers
Chapter
 
44 Introduction to selected homologous series
 Class Practice1
 Chapter Exercise4
Chapter 45 Isomerism
 Class Practice7
 Chapter Exercise10
Chapter
 
46 Typical reactions of various functional groups
 Class Practice12
 Chapter Exercise16
Chapter
 
47 Inter-conversions of carbon compounds
 Class Practice18
 Chapter Exercise20
Chapter 48 Important organic substances
 Class Practice22
 Chapter Exercise24
 
Part Exercise26
Chapter
 
49 Periodic variation in physical properties of the elements Lito Ar
 Class Practice34
 Chapter Exercise36
 
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Chapter
 
50 Bonding, stoichiometric composition and acid-baseproperties of oxides of the elements Na to Cl
 Class Practice38
 Chapter Exercise39
Chapter
 
51 General properties of transition metals
 Class Practice41
 Chapter Exercise42
 Part Exercise43
 
HKDSE CHEMISTRY
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A Modern View (Chemistry) Coursebook 4B
 
 ©Aristo Educational Press Ltd. 2010 1
Chapter 44 Introduction to selected homologous seriesClass Practice
A44.1
1. Butane, ethane, ethanol, ethanoic acid, urea (Accept other reasonable answers.)2.
 
Carbon dioxide, sodium carbonate, potassium hydrogencarbonate (Accept other reasonable answers.)3. Each carbon atom can form four strong single covalent bonds with carbon or other elements. Besides, carbon atoms can form strong single, double and triplecovalent bonds with other carbon atoms. Carbon atoms are able to join up withone another to form chains and rings.
A44.2
1. (a) C=C, alkene(b) –OH, alcohol(c) –COOH, carboxylic acid2. (a) CH
3
CH
2
CH=CHCH
2
CH
2
CH
3
 (b)(c)
A44.3
(a)
 
Propan-1-ol molecules are held together by hydrogen bonds and van der Waals’forces while propene molecules are held only by van der Waals’ forces.(b)
 
Both of them can form hydrogen bonds with water molecules.(c)
 
Ethanoic acid has more extensive intermolecular hydrogen bonds than propan-1-ol.
A44.4
1. (a) 1,1,1-trichloroethane(b) 1,1-dichloro-2,2-dimethylpropane(c) 1,2-dibromo-4-chloro-3,3-difluoropentane2. (a)

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