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Chemstry June 2001 - Paper 2

Chemstry June 2001 - Paper 2

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SB (SLC/JB) QF10457/1 ©UCLES 2001
[Turn over
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE
General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level
CHEMISTRY
5070/2
PAPER 2 Theory
MAY/JUNESESSION2001
1hour30minutes
Additional materials:Answer paper
TIME
1 hour 30 minutes
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
Write your name, Centre number and candidate number in the spaces at the top of this page and onany separate answer paper used.
Section A
Answer
all
questions.Write your answers in the spaces provided on the question paper.
Section B
Answer any
three
questions.Write your answers on the separate answer paper.At the end of the examination, fasten any separate answer paper used securely to the question paper.
INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each questionor part question.A copy of the Periodic Table is printed on page 16.
CandidateCentre NumberNumberCandidate Name
FOR EXAMINER’S USESection AB9B10B11B12TOTAL
 
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5070/2 Jun01
Section A
Answer
all
the questions in this section in the spaces provided.The total mark for this section is 45.
A1
Choose from the following metals to answer the questions below.aluminiumcalciumcopperironmagnesiumpotassiumsodiumzincEach metal can be used once, more than once, or not at all.Name a metal which
(a)
is manufactured by the electrolysis of its molten oxide,......................................................................................................................................[1]
(b)
has a variable valency,......................................................................................................................................[1]
(c)
is used to galvanise iron,......................................................................................................................................[1]
(d)
has a carbonate which is coloured,......................................................................................................................................[1]
(e)
is alloyed with zinc to make brass.......................................................................................................................................[1]
A2
A precipitate may be formed when two aqueous solutions are mixed.Complete the following table.[8]
For Examiner’s Use 
solutions mixed togetherformula of precipitatecolour of precipitateformedformedcopper(
II
) sulphate andsodium hydroxidesodium chloride andsilver nitratepotassium iodide andlead(
II
) nitratedilute sulphuric acid andbarium chloride
 
3
5070/2 Jun01
[Turn overA3(a)
The table shows some information about the oxides of the elements
A
to
E
. The lettersare not the symbols of the elements.Which one of the elements
A
to
E
could be
(i)
hydrogen,...............................................................................................................................[1]
(ii)
sodium,...............................................................................................................................[1]
(iii)
silicon?...............................................................................................................................[1]
(b)
State the
name
of an element which forms an amphoteric oxide.......................................................................................................................................[1]
For Examiner’s Use 
elementstate of oxide at roomtype of oxidebonding in oxidetemperature and pressure
A
solidbasicionic
B
solidacidiccovalent
C
gasacidiccovalent
D
liquidneutralcovalent
E
gasneutralcovalent

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