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1st Test Form 4 SMK TUNKU AMPUAN NAJIHAH TEST


Chap 1 and Chap 2 CHEMISTRY FORM 4 FORM 4
MONTHLY TEST 1-2010

Name :........................................................................................... Form : 4

Answer sheet Section A

1 A B C D 6 A B C D 11 A B C D 16 A B C D

2 A B C D 7 A B C D 12 A B C D 17 A B C D

3 A B C D 8 A B C D 13 A B C D 18 A B C D

4 A B C D 9 A B C D 14 A B C D 19 A B C D

5 A B C D 10 A B C D 15 A B C D 20 A B C D

Section A
Answer all question in space provided above.

1. What is meant by a hypothesis?


3. A student wants to investigate the effect of
A. A general statement about relatioanship temperature on the solubility of salt in water.
between manipulated variable and the Which of the following is true regarding the
responding variable investigation?
B. An observation of the situation
C. A principle which has been proven to be A. The responding variable is the volume of
true water
D. A conclusion of an investigation. B. The fixed variable is the amount of salt
dissolved.
C. The manipulated variable is the
temperature of water
2. The information below shows some of the steps D. The responding variable is the humidity of
in the scientific method. the air surrounding.

E- Making a hypothesis 4. Which of the following steps should be taken


F- Making an inference when carrying out an experiment?
G- Making an observation
H- Identify the problem I Gathering data and information
II Analysing data
III Making a conclusion
Which of the following shows the correct IV Interpreting data
sequence of the steps in the scientific method?
A. I and II only
A. E, F, G, H B. III and IV only
B. G, F, H, E C. I, II and III only
C. F, G, E, H D. I, II, III and IV
D. G, H, F, E

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5. Which of the following process will occur if 9. Which of the following statements shows the
iodine is heated at room temperature and best evidence that matter exists as tiny particles
pressure? and moving in random direction?

A. Melting A. Metal can conduct electricity


B. Evaporation B. A thin layer is formed when oil is dropped
C. Condensation onto water
D. Sublimation C. A small volume of water produces a large
volume of steam
D. The smell of perfume is detected in all parts
6. Which of the following pairs the type of particles of the room when the bottle is opened
with the substances correctly?

Atom Molecule Ion 10. The graph shows the colling curve for gas Y.
A. Sodium Chlorine Lithium
(Na) (Cl2) oxide (Li2O)
B. Ammonia Oxygen Carbon
(NH3) (O2) dioxide (CO2) 144
Temperature / C
o

C. Iron Hydrogen Sulphur


(Fe) (H2) dioxide (SO2) 120
D. Aluminium Copper oxide Helium
(Al) (CuO) (He)

0 T1 T2 T3 T4 Time (minute)
7. The table shows the melting points and boiling
points for four substances R, S, T and U.

Melting Point Boiling Point Which of the following statements is true?


Substance
(oC) (oC)
R -11 25 A. From T2 to T3 heat energy is absorbed
B. From T1 to T2 forces between particles are
S 114 443
overcome
T 20 98
C. From 0 to T1 the kinetic energy of particles
U -65 -8
increased.
D. From T3 to T4 the heat energy released to its
Which of the following substance exists as solid
surrounding is balance by heat release by
at room temperature?
bonding formation between particles.
A. R
B. S
11. Which of the following statements explain why
C. T
super cooling occurs during cooling of melted
D. U
naphthalene?

A. The naphthalene is not stirred continuously


8. Which of the following substances contains ion?
during cooling process
B. The naphthalene is put in conical flask
A. Copper
during cooling process
B. Carbon dioxide
C. The naphthalene was heated directly
C. Sodium oxide
D. The naphthalene is not pure substance
D. Nitrogen
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12. The diagram shows the symbol for chlorine 16. What are the similarities between the isotopes
atom. of Carbon – 12 and Carbon - 14

35 I They have the same number of protons


17Cl II They have the same chemical properties
III The have same number of electron
Which of the following is true based on the IV They have same number of nucleon
symbol in the figure?
A. I, II and III
Nucleon Proton Electron B. I, III and IV
Number Number Number C. II and III
A. 18 17 17 D. I, II, III and IV
B. 35 17 17
C. 17 35 35
D. 35 18 18 17. Iodine – 127 and Iodine – 131 are isotopes.
What is the number of neutrons in Iodine – 131
if the number of protons in Iodine – 127 is 53?
13. Which of the following statements is true about
the atomic model proposed by Ernest A. 53
Rutherford? B. 78
C. 76
A. Atom is the smallest particles D. 54
B. Atom is positively charged sphere
C. Atom consists of a nucleus surrounded by
electrons. 18. Diagram below show the electron arrangement
D. Atom consists of a nucleus surrounded by of atom X.
electron that move in specific shell.

14. An atom of element X has nucleon number of 40 9n


and its electronic configuration is 2.8.8. What is
the proton number of element X

A. 58 Which is the correct chemical symbol for X?


B. 32
C. 22
A.
D. 18
B.

15. Which of the following represent correctly the C.


electron arrangement for the atom of calcium
D.
with the proton number of 20?

A. 2.8.10
B. 2.8.8
C. 2.10.8
D. 2.8.8.2

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20. A chlorine arom has a proton number of 17 and
19. Element Q and R have the following a nucleon number of 35. What is the number of
compositions as shown in table below. valence electron in a chlorine atom?

Element Electron Neutron Proton A. 5


Q 35 44 35 B. 8
R 35 46 35 C. 9
D. 7
Which of the following statements are true
about Q and R?

I Q and R are isotopes


II Q and R are positively charge
III Q and R are same element
IV Q and R have the same nucleon number

A. I and IV
B. II and III
C. III and IV
D. I and III

SECTION B
Answer all question

1. Diagram 1.1 shows the heating curve of substance P.


Temperature / C
o

95 D
E

B
58
C

28 A

0 Time / s
Diagram 1.1

a. State the physical states of substance P at the region

AB BC

CD DE
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(4 marks)

b. Draw the diagram to show the particle arrangement of substance P at CD and EF

CD EF
(2 marks)

c. What is the boiling point of substance P?

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(1 mark)

d. Explain why does the temperature of substance P remain constant from B to C

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(2 marks)

e. Draw a labelled set up apparatus that used to heat substance P.

(2 marks)

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2. Table 2.1 shows five atoms of elements labelled A, D, E, G and J.

Atom Proton Number Nucleon Number


A 10 7
D 6 12
E 6 13
G 15 31
J 18 40
Table 2.1

a. State the meaning of

(i) Proton Number :.......................................................................................................................................

(ii) Nucleon Number :.....................................................................................................................................


(2 marks)

b. (i) From the table above, determine which atoms are isotope?

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(1 mark)

(ii) State the reason for your answer given in (b) (i)

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(1 mark)

c. (i) Write chemical symbol for atom G as .

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(1 mark)

(ii) Draw electron arrangement for element G.

(1 mark)

(iii) What is the number of valence electrons for element G.

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(1 mark)

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d. (i) Determine which element are place in same group in Periodic Table of Elements

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(1 mark)

(ii) Explain why both element in (d)(i) are put in same group in Periodic Table of Elements.

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(1 mark)

END OF QUESTION PAPER

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