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Chemstry June 2001 - Paper 4

Chemstry June 2001 - Paper 4

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SB (CW/KN) QF10460/4 ©UCLES 2001
[Turn overUNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATEGeneral Certificate of Education Ordinary Level
CHEMISTRY
5070/4
PAPER 4 Alternative to Practical
MAY/JUNESESSION2001
1hour
Candidates answer on the question paper.No additional materials required.
TIME
1 hour
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
Write your name, Centre number and candidate number in the spaces at the top of this page.Answer
all
questions.Write your answers in the spaces provided on the question paper.
INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.You should use names, not symbols, when describing all reacting chemicals and the products formed.Mathematical tables are available.
CandidateCentre NumberNumberCandidate Name
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2
5070/4 Jun01
1(a)
Which of the following pieces of apparatus is best used for accurately measuring25.0cm
3
of a liquid?......................................................................................................................................[1]
(b)
Name the piece of apparatus that you have chosen.......................................................................................................................................[1]
2
A student placed 100cm
3
of 0.100mol/dm
3
ammonia in a beaker.A piece of litmus paper was dipped into the solution.
(a)(i)
What colour was the litmus paper in the solution?...................................................................................................................................
(ii)
How could the pH of the solution be measured?...................................................................................................................................[2]
1020304050504030201025cm
3
ABC
For Examiner’s Use 
 
3
5070/4 Jun01
[Turn over
The ammonia was neutralised by the addition of dilute nitric acid and a salt was formed.
(b)(i)
Name the salt....................................................................................................................................
(ii)
Give the chemical formula of the salt....................................................................................................................................
(iii)
The student produced some crystals of the salt from the solution.How was this done?.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................[4]
(c)
The salt is used industrially as a fertiliser. Which element in the fertiliser is necessary forthe growth of plants?......................................................................................................................................[1]
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