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Paper 3 SPM 2011 Mastery Practices

Paper 3 SPM 2011 Mastery Practices

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It contains all the spm chemistry trial paper 3 and perfect score quaetions... u can find the answer on Inyerney...haha
It contains all the spm chemistry trial paper 3 and perfect score quaetions... u can find the answer on Inyerney...haha

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PAPER 3MASTERY PRACTICES
Prepared by: CHEOK BOON CHUAN
   C   H   E   M    I   S   T   R   Y   S   P   M 
2011
 
 
Perfect Score SBP 2011
 
SPM Trial 2011
 
[2]
OXIDATION & REDUCTIONRusting of iron
1.
 
 [PS] 
Diagram 2 shows the set-up of apparatus to investigate the effect of other metals X, Y and Z on the rusting of iron. A mixture of jelly solution, potassium hexacyanoferrate(III) solution and phenolphthalein were used asmedium in each test tube. The observations were recorded after one day.
Test tube Observation
Test tube AIron nail coiled with metal XTest tube BIron nail coiled with metal YTest tube CIron nail coiled with metal ZTest tube CIron nail
 Diagram 2
(a)
 
State the inference for the observation in test tube A, B, C and D. [3 marks](b)
 
Based on this experiment, explain why there is a difference in the observation between test tube A and B.[3 marks](c)
 
State the hypothesis for the experiment. [3 marks](d)
 
Based on this experiment state: [3 marks](i) The manipulated variable(ii) The responding variables(iii) The constant variables(e)
 
State the operational definition for the rusting of iron nail. [3 marks](f)
 
Based on this experiment classify the metals that can provide sacrificial protection and metal cannot providesacrificial protection to iron. [3 marks](g)
 
Observation in test tube D is recorded after two days. Compare the observation for the experiment after it leftfor one day and two days. Explain your answer. [3 marks]After one dayAfter two days
 
[3]
2.
 
 [PERAK] 
Table 1.1 shows the observations in three test tubes to investigate the effect of other metal on rusting of iron. A mixture of jelly solution and potassium hexacyanoferrate(III), K
3
Fe(CN)
6
solution were used as medium ineach test tube. The intensity of blue colour in the medium were recorded after one day.
Test tube Observation
Test tube ATest tube BTest tube C
Table 1.1
 
(h)
 
Based on the observations in Table 1.1, write the inferences in Table 1.2. [3 marks]
Test tube Inference
ABC
Table 1.2
 
(i)
 
State the hypothesis for this experiment. [3 marks](j)
 
State the variables for this experiment. [3 marks](i) The manipulated variable(ii) The responding variable(iii) The constant variable(k)
 
If the experiment is repeated by coiling iron nail with silver. Predict the observation. [3 marks](l)
 
Test tube A and test tube B are left for 2 days. Compare the intensity of blue colour of the mediumin test tube A and test tube B. [3 marks](m)
 
State the operational definition for the rusting of iron. [3 marks](n)
 
Based on this experiment, classify the metals into metals that prevent rusting and metals that speedup rusting. [3 marks]

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