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SMK (P) METHODIST, PULAU PINANG PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN 2014 CHEMISTRY KERTAS 1 1 Hours 15 Minutes This question paper consists of 50 questions. Answer all questions.
1. Which of the following processes, proved the kinetic theory of matter? A. Diffusion B. Photosynthesis C. Respiration D. Neutralisation 2. Which of the following is a chemical formula of ammonium sulphate? A. NH4SO4 B. (NH4)2SO4 C. (NH3)2SO4 D. (NH4)3(SO4)2 3. Elements in the Periodic Table are arranged according to an increase in A. Proton number B. Nucleon number C. Relative atomic mass D. Relative molecular mass 6. Which of the following statements is true about alkali? A. Weak alkali is an alkali that undergoes high rate of ionization B. Strong alkali has low pH value C. Alkalis are bases that are soluble in water D. Alkalis are not corrosive 7. Which of the following is a soluble salt? A. Lead(II) iodide B. Copper(II) carbonate C. Barium sulphate D. Sodium hypochlorite 8. Which of the following statements correctly explains the meaning of effective collision? A. The collision which takes place before reaction B. The collision where its energy is less than the activation energy C. The collision that can cause reaction D. The collision that has the highest energy 9. The diagram below shows the molecular formula of glucose.

4. Which of the following substances is a covalent compound? A. Copper B. Ammonia C. Lead(II) oxide D. Sodium chloride 5. Which of the following substances is an electrolyte? A. Hydrogen chloride in methylbenzene B. Molten aluminium oxide C. Glucose solution D. Copper(II) carbonate powder

C6H12O6
What is the empirical formula for glucose? A. CH2O B. CH2O2 C. C2H4O2 D. C6H12O6

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D. The oxide of Y is acidic C. 15.. Brass B. IV the solubility of the elements in water increases. The oxide of X reacts with an acid to form salt and water 2 . II and III only Which of the following is true about the properties of oxide formed? A. C. The figure shows three elements in Period 3 of the Periodic Table. 13. C. The formula of oxide Y is YO D. The oxide of Z is basic B. B. What is alloy T? A.10. Carboxylic acid 12. C. II the size of the atom increases. Ester Functional groups A. Which of the following is the atomic structure of lithium atom. Steel B. D. Which is its monomer? C. Bronze D. Going down Group 18 of the Periodic Table of Element. Which of the homologous series is correctly paired to its functional group? Homologous series A. D. The diagram shows part of a polymer molecule. The body of the car shown in the diagram below is made of alloy T. 11. III the forces of attraction between the particles increases. 3Li? A. I the boiling point of the elements increases. Duralumin 14. Alkene Alcohol B. A B C D I and II only II and III only III and IV only I.

trimethylpentane 2. II the chemical properties of the element. The molar mass of astatine is 210 gmol-1. Copper(II) ions. H2SO4 +2NaOH  Na2SO4 + 2H2O A B C D 0. I the stability of the atom. III the group number of the element in the Periodic Table. Sodium-24 B. Diagram 15 shows a graph of a volume of gas against time.4. what is the name of the compound having this structural formula? A B C D 2.4. The rate of reaction is the highest at … 2 0 .22 mol 0.16. II. III and IV 22. IV the melting point and boiling point of the element. Copper(II) ions. The number of valence electrons in an atom of an element will determine . I and III only C. I. 21. sulphate ions and hydroxide ions 17. What is the relative atomic mass for astatine? C 110 A 100 B 210 D 120 18. Based on the IUPAC system.05mol 0. Cobalt-60 D.trimethyloctane 2-ethyl-4-methylpentane 2. Halogenations D.4. I. sulphide ions and oxide ions D.25 mol 0. II and III only D. hydrogen ions. Hydrogenation B.4. I and II only B. Which of the following isotopes is used to detect leakage in a gas pipe? A. Iodine-131 3 . Which of the following ions are present in copper(II) sulphate solution? A.. hydrogen ions. A.10 mol Based on the equation given. Substitution 19. Carbon-14 C. Polymerization C.4-dimethylhexane 23. The equation below shows a chemical reaction. name the reaction. Study the structural formula below . Hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions B. Copper(II) ions and sulphate ions C. The equation below shows the reaction between sulphuric acid and sodium hydroxide solution. A.

3 Cl 2. Al. Q. II.8. R. S. P.8.7 Al 2. Q. Al. II. 34 g of ammonia consists of [Relative molecular mass of ammonia = 17. B. 10cm3. Which of the following chemical formulae and type of bonding are true for the compound formed between X and Y? Chemical formula X Y X 2 Y X 2 2 X Y 2 Y Type of bonding Ionic Covalent Ionic Covalent A.7 K 2. 20cm3 C 25cm3 D. K D. S. Q. K C.204 x 1024 molecules 5 moles of hydrogen atoms What is the product formed at the anode and cathode? A Anode O2 Cl2 Cl2 O2 Cathode H2 H2 Na Cl2 A. The diagram below shows 5 steps for preparing a standard solution of sodium hydroxide. Cl. R. 50cm3 28. I and II only B. I. K. F 27.8.5 mol dm-3 need to neutralize 25. I. T C. III and IV only C. T. P – Transfer the solid sodium hydroxide into the volumetric flask Q – Weigh the mass of sodium hydroxide R – Add distilled water until the graduation mark S – Rinse the weighing bottle and pour the solution into the volumetric flask T – Shake the volumetric flask Which of the following is the correct arrangement of the elements according to increasing order of electronegativity? A.02 x 1023 mol-1] I II III IV 2 moles of nitrogen atoms 2 moles of ammonia molecules 1. S. Avogadro constant = 6. P 4 . The diagram below shows the set-up of the apparatus for electrolysis of concentrated solution of sodium chloride. Element Electron arrangement F 2. 25. K. R. T B. T D. III and IV 26.20 mol dm-3 A. P. F B. P.1 29. R. Cl. S.8. Cl.24. B.0 cm3 sulphuric acid of concentration 0. NaOH but not in correct order. Which of the following steps is correct? A. Al. Calculate the volume of sodium hydroxide of concentration 0. Al. Cl. F. The number of valence electrons of atoms X and Y are 2 and 7 respectively. The table shows the electron arrangements of atoms of four elements. II and III only D. Q. F.

5] A.5 Negative terminal Mg Mg Zn What is the potential difference of a simple voltaic cell for pair of iron and copper? A. 21 C. W and Z.7 0.5 mol dm-3 with Which of the following elements. Y D. 35.5 0. 0. 200 cm3 of 0. Cl. 3. Z 32. The table below shows the potential difference of three simple voltaic cells. The diagram below shows the symbols of atoms D and E. 2. 2.87 g 35. W B. 2. Pair of metals Mg and Cu Mg and Zn Zn and Fe Potential difference/V 3.7 0.13 cm3/s 31. A. 113 5 . 102 B. Graph represents the decomposition of 25 cm3 hydrogen peroxide of 0. Cell I II III A group of students carried out an experiment to determine the rate of reaction of zinc metal with dilute hydrochloric acid. X. 108. Which of the following experiments will produce graph II? Volume of hydrogen peroxide/cm3 15 15 40 40 Concentration of hydrogen peroxide/mol dm-3 0. in the Periodic Table is suitable to be used in bicycle tyres? A.5 V B.5 V C. 0.5 0.78 g B.17 cm3/s B. Atom D reacts with atom E to form a compound. Professional cyclists usually fill their bicycle tyres with gas X which makes the bicycle lighter.1 mol dm-3 sodium chloride solution reacts completely with excess silver nitrate. 0. [Relative atomic mass of: Ag. 0.5 Temperature of hydrogen peroxide/C 30 30 30 20 manganese(IV) oxide as a catalyst at a temperature of 300C. Y. Calculate the mass of precipitate produced.25 cm3/s D. 1. The average rate of reaction for the whole experiment is A.78 g C. The diagram above shows the graph for the total volume of gas collected against time. 33. Calculate the relative molecular mass for the compound formed.5 34.3cm3/ s C.0 1.87 g D. 3.0 V D. 0. X C. 1.30. 4 D.

D 6 . The diagram below shows the molecular formulae of two compounds A and B. C. Propyl propanoate 37. Propyl propanoate D. Which of the following sets represents substance X? Structural formula Name Ethyl propanoate A. Diagram shows the stages involved in the Contact Process to produce sulphuric acid. B.36. What is the optimum temperature and the catalyst used in stage I? Temperature/C 450 200 450 300 Catalyst Vanadium(V) oxide Vanadium(V) oxide Iron powder Iron powder A. Ethyl propanoate C. B. Substance X is formed when both compounds react with each other.

128 cm3 s –1 B 0. Mass of 1 mol of helium is 8 g C. 32 g of sulphur contains 6. Carbonic acid.088 cm3 s –1 41. Which of the following ions form a precipitate that dissolved in excess ammonia solution? I Zn2+ II III Al3+ Pb2+ Cu2+ 42. Carbon dioxide. II and III only What is the average rate of reaction in the third minute? A 0. I and III only D.00 IV A. Which of the following physical properties is true of copper(II) chloride? A. sulphur and copper. 100 cm3 s –1 C 0. Table shows the relative atomic mass of helium. 10 B.38. Which of the following compound is an organic compound? A. II and IV only C. Glucose.114 cm3 s –1 D 0.02 x 1023 sulphur atoms D. Calcium carbonate.70 15. C6H12O6 39. I. It conducts electricity in aqueous solution D.20 7. Mass of one sulphur atom is 32 times bigger than one carbon atom 43.90 Time/ s 120 150 180 210 Volume of gas/ cm3 13.70 10. carbon. CaCO3 B. How many neutrons does an atom of oxygen-18 contains? A.00 4. It burns in oxygen to produce white fumes 40. Mass of one copper atom is 64 g B. 6 C. 8 D. I and IV only B.20 16. Time/ s Volume of gas/ cm3 0 30 60 90 0. 18 7 . Element Relative atomic mass Helium Carbon 4 12 Sulphur Copper 32 64 Which of the following statements is true? [Avogadro constant = 6. Atom of oxygen-18 has 8 electrons. It dissolves in organic solvent C. Table 40 shows the total volume of carbon dioxide gas collected at various time interval in a reaction of calcium carbonate with hydrochloric acid. It is a volatile substance B. CO2 D.0 x 1023 mol-1] A.00 16. H2CO3 C.

0. O = 16. Copper with dilute sulphuric acid B. Lead C. What is the molarity of the potassium hydroxide solution? [Relative atomic mass: H = 1. I and II only B.03 mol dm-3 Which of the following electrolytes produce oxygen gas at electrode X? I 1. 18 45. X and Y have similar chemical properties C. Copper(II) chloride with dilute sulphuric acid C. X and Y have similar physical properties 48.44. Copper(II) carbonate with dilute sulphuric acid D. 0. Which of the following statements is true of isomers X and Y? A. Diagram shows the set-up of apparatus to determine the empirical formula for metal oxide. Diagram shows the set-up of apparatus of an electrolysis process. X and Y have similar molecular structure B.30 mol dm-3 D. III and IV only D. III and IV only 8 .0 mol dm-3 potassium nitrate solution 47.50 mol dm-3 IV 1.0 mol dm-3 potassium bromide solution A.0 mol dm-3 potassium nitrate solution B. 0. K = 39] A. Diagram shows the electron arrangement of a compound formed between element T and element Q. What group in the Periodic Table of Elements is element Q located? A. 16 D. 0. 8 C. C4H8 is the molecular formula for isomers X and Y. III 1. II and III only C. X and Y have different relative molecular masses D. Copper B. Magnesium 46. 49. Silver D. 7 g of potassium hydroxide is dissolved in distilled water to form 250 cm3 of solution.0 mol dm-3 hydrochloric acid II 1. 2 B.05 mol dm-3 C.0 mol dm-3 sulphuric acid III 1. Which of the following pairs of substances is most suitable to prepare copper(II) sulphate salt? A. Copper(II) nitrate solution with sodium sulphate solution Which of the following metals is most suitable to be used in the diagram? A. II.

II and IV D. I. __________________ (Pn.50. Which of the following are the structural formulae and names for the isomers of pent-1-ene? I Pent-2-ene II 3-methylbut-1-ene III Pent-3-ene IV 2-methylbut-2-ene A. III and IV END OF QUESTION PAPER Prepared by. Nurul Izza) 9 Approved by: _____________ (Cik Karen Thor) . II and III C. I. II. I and IV B. Diagram shows the structural formula of pent-1-ene. ________________ (Cik Tan Phei Ling) Checked by.

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