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F334 JUN 10 - MS

F334 JUN 10 - MS

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2849/01 Mark Scheme June 20103
Question Expected answers Marks
1 (a)
A
condensation
B
condensation
C
additionall correct (2);one incorrect (1).DO NOT ALLOW additional21 (b) Ester (1). 11 (c) Biodegradable AW e.g. ‘broken down by organisms’ (1). 11 (d) Hydrogen-bonding is stronger than permanent dipole-permanent dipoleforces which are stronger than instantaneous dipole-induced dipole forces/ hydrogen bonding is the
strongest
type of intermolecular force (1);
C
only id-id forces (1);
B
+ pd-pd forces (1);
A
has hydrogen bonding (1);41 (e) At low temperatures polymers may become brittle/AW e.g. ‘maybreak when force applied’ (1);temperature below polymer 
g
(1);due to chains unable to move over each other (without breaking)/chainmovement not possible (without breaking) (1).31 (f) (i) aqueous acid / alkali NOT concentrated OR weak acid (1);(heat under) reflux (1).21 (f) (ii)
HOH
2
CCH
2
OHCOOHHOOC
 
If alkali is used then the COOH group should be written as COO
-
:1 mark for each structure
(2).2
Total Mark 15
 
2849/01 Mark Scheme June 20104
Question
Expected answers
Marks
2 (a) (i)Fe
Fe
2+
+ 2e
 Correct formulae for reactant and product (1);electrons balanced correctly and on RHS (1).IGNORE state symbols
2
2 (a) (ii)O
2
+ 2H
2
O + 4e
 
4OH
 Correct formulae reactants and product (1);electrons and formulae balanced correctly and on LHS (1).
 Allow halved/doubled equation
2
2 (a) (iii)
ED
 Arrow correct direction (1);arrow only shown in steel (1).
2
2 (b)
FeFe
2+
Fe
3+
3d4s
 Correct number of electrons in Fe (
8 electrons
) (1);loss of 2 and 3 electrons respectively for Fe(II) and Fe(III) (1);correct arrangement for Fe and Fe(II) (1).
3
2 (c) (i)
V
salt bridgeironcopper iron(II) ionscopper(II) ions
 metals connected to voltmeter only, ALLOW other way around (1);correct solutions (1);salt bridge (1).3
 
2849/01 Mark Scheme June 20105
2 (c) (ii) 0.78 V (1). 12 (c) (iii)Cu
2+
(aq) + Fe(s)
Fe
2+
(aq) + Cu(s)
Correct formulae (1);state symbols correct, allow for reverse reaction (1).
 22 (c) (iv) (Standard) electrode potential for Fe/Fe(II) is more negative thanCu/Cu(II) ora (1);means Fe is a stronger reducing agent than Cu ora /electrons will flow from Fe (atoms) to Cu(II) (ions) (1);additional/more AW Fe is converted into Fe(II) ions (and hence rust) (1).3
Total Mark 18

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