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STPM Chemistry examination paper year 2008 ..There is some correction of the answer, plz refer to http://teckleewee.blogspot.com for more information.
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1
 Actual 2008 STPM Chemistry Examination Paper© Majlis Peperiksaan Malaysia 2008
PAPER 1
Time: 1h 45 min
1
The percentage of iron in a haemoglobinmolecule is 0.335%. If a haemoglobinmolecule consists of four iron(II) ions,what is the relative molecular mass of haemoglobin?[Relative
 
atomic mass of Fe is 55.8.]
A
6.66
×
10
2
C
1.67
×
10
4
B
4.16
×
10
3
 
D
6.66
×
10
4
2
Boron has two isotopes with relativeisotopic masses of 10 and 11. When1.00 g of boron reacts completely withhydrogen, 1.278 g of boron hidride,B
2
H
6
, is produced. Which graph showsthe mass spectrum of boron?
A BCD3
Which equation illustrates the firstionisation energy of the givenelement?
A
C(g)
C
+
(g) + e
B
Na(s)
Na
+
(g) + e
C
Cl(g) + e
 
Cl
(g)
D
O(g) + e
 
O
(g)
4
Vanadium has the electronic configuration1
s
2
2
s
2
2
 p
6
3
s
2
3
 p
6
3
3
4
s
2
. Which ion does
not
exist?
A
VO
42–
B
VO
3
 
C
VO
2+
D
VO
2+
Relativeintensity4321089101112
m/e
Relativeintensity4321089101112
m/e
Relativeintensity4321089101112
m/e
Relativeintensity4321089101112
m/e
Section A
Four suggested answers labelled 
A
 ,
B
 ,
C
 and 
D
are given for each question. Choose
one
correct answer.
 
2
Actual 2008 STPM Chemistry Examination Paper© Majlis Peperiksaan Malaysia 2008
5
The ionic radii of four ions are asfollows:
 IonIonic radius
 /nm
P
+
Q
2+
 R
S
0.0950.0310.1360.126
 
Which
 
ionic compound has bonding withthe greatest covalent character?
A
PR
C
QR
2
B
PS
 
D
QS
2
6
Which species has a trigonal planarshape?
A
BF
3
C
ClO
3
B
PCl
3
 
D
SO
32–
7
Coordinate bonds do
not
exist in
A
CO
B
BeCl
2
C
PH
4+
D
[Fe(CN)
6
]
3–
8
The graphs of initial rate versusconcentration of reactants for the reaction
 X 
+
 
 
 Z 
are shown below.
 
What
 
is the order of the reaction withrespect to
 X 
and
?
X
A
0 1
B
1 0
C
1 2
D
2 1
9
The thermochemical equation for thereaction between nitrogen monoxide andozone is as follows:
 
NO(g)
 
+ O
3
(g) NO
2
(g) + O
2
(g);
 H 
= –200.0 kJ
 
If 
 
the activation energy of the reaction is10.5 kJ mol
–1
, the activation energy of the reverse reaction is
A
10.5 kJ mol
–1
B
189.5 kJ mol
–1
C
200.0 kJ mol
–1
D
210.5 kJ mol
–1
10
Which underlined molecule reacts as aLewis base?
A
K
2
O + SO
3
 
K
2
SO
4
 
B
BF
3
+ NH
3
 
H
3
N
BF
3
 
C
OH
+ CO
2
 
HCO
3
 
D
CH
3
Cl + FeCl
3
 
CH
3+
+ FeCl
4
 
11
The equilibrium constant,
c
, for areaction between ethanol and ethanoicacid is 4.0 at 25 °C. If 1.0 dm
3
of anaqueous solution containing 92.0 gethanol and 120.0 g ethanoic acid isleft to react until equilibrium is attainedat 25 °C, what is the mass of ethanolleft?
 
[Relative
 
molecular masses of ethanoland ethanoic acid are 46.0 and 60.0respectively.]
A
18.4 g
C
61.3 g
B
30.7 g
D
73.6 g
12
In which reaction is the value of 
c
 equals to the value of 
p
?
A
N
2
O
4
(g) 2NO
2
(g)
B
CO
2
(g) + C(s) 2CO(g)
C
H
2
O(g) + C(s) H
2
(g) + CO(g)
D
3Fe(s) + 4H
2
O(g) Fe
3
O
4
(s) + 4H
2
(g)
13
An aqueous solution of a monobasicacid has pH 3.5. A 25.00 cm
3
volumeof an aqueous solution of the acid iscompletely neutralised by 27.50 cm
3
 of a 0.10 mol dm
–3
sodium hydroxide
Rate
[
 X 
]
Rate
[
]
 
3
 Actual 2008 STPM Chemistry Examination Paper© Majlis Peperiksaan Malaysia 2008
solution. The value of the dissociationconstant of the acid is
A
3.16
×
10
–4
mol dm
–3
B
3.48
×
10
–5
mol dm
–3
C
9.08
×
10
–7
mol dm
–3
D
9.99
×
10
–8
mol dm
–3
14
When solid ammonium chloride isadded in excess to an aqueous solutionof ammonia containing phenolphthaleinas an indicator,
A
a buffer solution is formed.
B
hydrogen choride gas is evolved.
C
the pink colour of the solutionremains unchanged.
D
a solution with a pH less than 7 isformed.
15
The partition coefficient of a liquid
 X 
 between ethoxyethane solvent and wateris 3.00. What is the mass of 
 X 
extractedfrom a 200 cm
3
of an aqueous solutioncontaining 6.00 g of 
 X 
, extracted twicewith 100 cm
3
of ethoxyethane used ineach extraction?
A
3.60 g
C
5.04 g
B
4.50 g
D
5.63 g
16
The electrode potential,
 E 
, of a half-cellis given by
 
0.059
 
[oxidised species]
 
 E 
 
=
 E 
o
– ——– log ——–—————,
 
n
 
[reduced species]
 
where
 
 E 
 
o
is the standard electrodepotential and
n
the number of electronstransferred when the oxidised specieschanges into the reduced species.
 
Given
 
that
 E 
= 0.00 V at equilibriumand
 
 Half-cell
 
reaction
 
 E 
o
 /V
 
Zn
2+
(aq)
 
+ 2e
Zn(s) –0.76
 
Ag
+
(aq)
 
+ e
Ag(s) +0.80
 
What
 
is the equilibrium constant,
c
,for the reaction 2Ag
+
(aq) + Zn(s)
 Zn
2+
(aq) + 2Ag(s) at 25 °C?
A
1.31
×
10
–53
dm
3
mol
–1
B
4.41
×
10
–2
dm
3
mol
–1
C
2.76
×
10
26
dm
3
mol
–1
D
7.61
×
10
52
dm
3
mol
–1
17
In plating chromium onto plastic, thecathode is a plastic object coated withgraphite. The graphite is used to
A
enable oxidation to occur andchromium to be deposited.
B
form an alloy with chromium so asto strengthen the coating.
C
enable the plastic object to act as anelectrical conductor.
D
make the surface of the plastic objectcoarse so that chromium is adsorbedon it.
18
In industry, ethanoic acid can be preparedfrom the oxidation of ethanol with oxygen.The standard enthalpies of formationof ethanoic acid, water and ethanol are–487 kJ mol
–1
, –286 kJ mol
–1
and–278 kJ mol
–1
respectively. The standardenthalpy change, in kJ mol
–1
, for thepreparation is
A
–1051
B
–495
C
–209
D
+495
19
The standard enthalpies of neutralisationfor the reactions between an aqueoussolution of sodium hydroxide and severalhydrohalic acids are given below.
 Hydrohalicacid Standard enthalpy of neutralisation/ 
kJ mol
–1
HF68.6HCl57.6HBr57.3HI57.2
 
The
 
standard enthalpy of neutralisationof HF is the most negative because
A
HF is the strongest acid.
B
HF has the strongest covalentbond.
C
the fluorine atom has the highestelectronegativity.
D
the fluorine ion has the mostexothermic enthalpy of hydration.

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