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Bahagian A

Question Marks Answer

1 1

1

1

7

5

i)mass // m

ii)rise in temperature //Ө

iii)density//(rate of) energy supplied

V/cm

3

m/g 1/m / g

-1

T/ºC Ө/ ºC

50 50 0.020 80 55

60 60 0.017 75 50

70 70 0.014 66 41

80 80 0.013 60 35

90 90 0.011 51 26

√ M1 column and label for v,m,1/m,T&Ө shown

√ M2 units correct

√ M3 all values for v correct

√ M4 all values for m correct

√ M5 all values for 1/m correct

√ M6 all values for 1/m 3 d.p.

√ M7 all values for Ө correct.

Num. of √ Marks

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

√ A y axis labeled Ө and x axis labeled 1/m

√ B unit for y axis and x axis are correct

√ C even and constant scale for graph

√ √ D D 5 points are plotted correctly

√ D 4 or 3 points are plotted correctly

√ E the best straight line is drawn

√ F size of graph is more than half of graph paper

Num. of √ Marks

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

5

4

4

3

3

2

1

1

- Ө is directly propotional to 1/m

Or

- Ө increases with 1/m

(base on graph plotted by student)

2a(i) State the manipulated variable correctly

- Time

(ii) State the responding variable correctly

- Temperature // Increase in temperature

(iii) State the constant variable correctly

- Mass of the water, power of the heater

State the value of θ

0

within the acceptable range

θ

0

= 25

o

C

(i) Record the readings of θ correctly

All five readings of θ correct

(ii) Tabulate the results for t, θ and Δθ correctly

t / s θ /

o

C Δθ /

o

C

20 32 7

40 39 14

60 46 21

80 53 28

100 60 35

Give a tick () based on the following:

A Columns t, θ and Δθ

B Correct units for t, θ and Δθ

C All 5 values of θ correct

D All 5 values of Δθ correct

[Note : 3 or 4

values of Δθ correct : ]

E All values of θ and Δθ

written as whole numbers or

consistent to 0.5

o

C.

Marks awarded :

Number of Marks

6 5

5 4

3 - 4 3

2 2

1 1

(d) Draw a complete graph of Δθ against t

Give a tick () based on the following:

A Δθ at the y-axis, t at the x-axis

B Correct units at both axes

C Uniform scale at both axes

D 5 points plotted correctly

[Note : 4 points plotted correctly : ]

E Line of best fit is drawn

F Minimum size of graph 5 x 4 big squares

(Big square : 2 cm x 2 cm)

(From the origin to the last point)

Marks awarded :

Number of Marks

7 5

5-6 4

3-4 3

2 2

1 1

(e) State the correct relationship between Δθ and t

Δθ is directly proportional to t

3 State the manipulated variable correctly

Temperature

State the responding variable correctly

- length of air column

State the constant variable correctly

- Mass of air

b(i) Diagram l T

1.4 4.8 cm 273K

1.5 5.0cm 283K

1.6 5.4 cm 303K

1.7 5.8 cm 323K

1.8 6.1 cm 343 K

1.9 6.6 363k

θ/

O

C T / K L / cm

0 273 4.8

10 283 5.0

30 303 5.4

50 323 5.8

70 343 6.1

90 363 6.6

Draw a complete graph of l against T

Give a tick () based on the following:

A l at the y-axis, T at the x-axis

B Correct units at both axes

C Uniform scale at both axes

D 5 points plotted correctly

[Note : 4 points plotted correctly : ]

E Line of best fit is drawn

F Minimum size of graph 5 x 4 big squares

(Big square : 2 cm x 2 cm)

(From the origin to the last point)

Marks awarded :

Number of Marks

7 5

5-6 4

3-4 3

2 2

1 1

Directly proportional

Position of eyes must perpendicular with reading

Bahagian B

Question Marks Answer

1 (a)(i) 1 V is directly proportional to T // V α T

(ii) 1

1

Show on graph with appropriate vertical and/or horizontal line

corresponding to 200 K.

37 mm

3

(b)(i) 3 1. Drawing the gradient triangle

Triangle size a minumum of 4 x 3

2. Substitution

(values from student’s triangle)

3. Jawapan dengan unit betul

0.1833 mm

3

K

- 1

( Accept answers from 2 to 4 decimal

places )

(ii) 3 1. Explaining your working

V = gradient x 375

2. Substitution

V = (0.1833) x 375

3. Jawapan dengan unit betul

68.74 mm

3

(c) 1

1

1

Show on graph with appropriate vertical and/or horizontal line

corresponding to 55 mm

3

300 K

27

o

C

JUMLAH 12

2a

(b)

(c)

(d)(i)

(ii)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

Show on graph with appropriate vertical and/or horizontal line

corresponding to 60

o

C

120 kPa.

Show on graph ,extrapolated graph

-274

o

C

Directly proportional

1 Drawing the gradient triangle

Triangle size a minumum of 3 x 2

2 Substitution

(values from student’s triangle)

3 Jawapan dengan unit betul

0.3333 kPa

o

C

- 1

( Accept answers from 2 to 4 decimal

places )

0.333 X 227

75.833 kPa

(e)

1

The position of the eyes must be perpendicular to the reading

taken to avoid parallax error

3 (a)

(b)

(c)

(d) (i)

(ii)

(e)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

θ is increases linearly to

m

1

θ

o

= 27.5

o

C

When θ = 33.5 ,

m

1

= 0.6 kg

-1

m = 1.667 kg

k = 33.5 – 29.3

0.6 – 0.2

= 10.5

o

C kg

Q = 5.2 x 10

3

x 10.5

= 5.46 x 10

4

J

The container used to fill the liquid should be insulated to avoid

heat loss to the surroundings.

Bahagian C

NO ANSWER Marks

1(a) Inference :

The volume of the gas depends on the pressure which acts on it.

(b) Hypothesis:

The smaller the pressure, the larger is the volume of a fixed mass of gas. /

The volume of a gas varies inversely with its pressure.

1

(c)(i) Aim : To investigate the relationship between the pressure and volume for

a fixed mass of gas at a constant temperature.

1

(ii) Variables : Manipulated : Gas volume, V

Responding : Gas pressure, P

Fixed : Gas temperature,T or mass of gas, m

1

(iii) Apparatus : Glass syringe, a short rubber tube and Bourdon gauge

1

1

(iv) Arrangement of apparatus: 1

(v) Procedure:

1. The apparatus is set up as shown in the diagram above.

2. The piston of the syringe is adjusted until the volume of air in the

syringe is 100 cm

3

at atmospheric pressure.

3. The syringe is connected to a Bourdon gauge and the pressure of the

air in the syringe is observed and recorded.

4. The piston is then pushed in so that the volume of air trapped is 90

cm

3

. The pressure is again recorded, this procedure is repeated for

enclosed volumes of 80cm

3

, 70 cm

3

and 60 cm

3

.

1

(vi)

Volume V / cm

3

V

1

/ cm

-3

Pressure P / Nm

-2

100

90

80

70

60

*colum PV or P (1/V)

1

1

1

(vii)

Pressure of a fixed mass of gas is inversely proportional to its volume.

1

P/ Nm

-2

/ cm

3

P/ Nm

-2

V/ cm

3

3(a) Inference :

The volume of the gas depends on the temperature which acts on it.

1

(b) Hypothesis:

The larger the temperature, the larger is the volume of a fixed mass of

gas. / The volume of a gas varies directly with its temperature.

1

(c)(i) Aim : To investigate the relationship between the temperature and volume

for a fixed mass of gas at a constant pressure.

1

(ii) Variables : Manipulated : Gas temperature, T

Responding : Gas volume, V

Fixed : Gas pressure,P or mass of gas, m

1

1

(iii) Apparatus : beaker, stirrer, heater, capillary tube, natrium hydroxide (con),

thermometer, metre rule, water,

1

(iv)

Arrangement of apparatus:

1

(v) Procedure:

1. The apparatus is set up as shown in the diagram

above.

2. Switch on the power supply so that the heater will

heat the water.

3. Read thermometer when the temperature reach

30°C.

4. At the same time measure the length, ℓ of air

trapped inside the capillary tube. (The volume of air

is comply to the length of the air trapped)

5. Stir the water continuously, and repeat the

experiment when the temperature reach 40°C,

50°C, 60°C and 70 °C.

1

1

1

(vi)

Temperature,T / °C Temperature,T / K Volume, V / cm

3

30

40

50

60

70

1

ℓ @ V

power

supply

stirrer

thermometer

heater

Natrium hydroxide

Capillary

tube

(vii)

Volume of a fixed mass of gas is directly proportional to its temperature.

1

3(a) mass/volume/ influences to increasing/decreasing of temperature/change

of temperature of water

1

(b) As mass /volume (decrease)// increase as increasing of temperature

/temperature change increase// decrease

1

(c)(i) To study the relationship between the mass/ volume (of water ) and

the increasing

of temperature/temperature change

(ii) Manipulated variable : mass/volume

Responding variable : temperature change

Constant variable : density of liquid/water/time/power of

water heater/initial temperature

(iii) Water, triple balance/beaker, thermometer/ water heater/stop watch

All items must be listed or in the

diagram/explanation/description later

(iv)

(v) The water mass of 30 g filled into the beaker Record the initial temperature

of the water ,

1

The maximum reading on the thermometer is recorded =

2

after 5

minutes

The increase in temperature is calculated , θ = θ

2

– θ

1

The experiment is repeated 5 times with the difference mass of water

1

1

1

(vi) Tabulate the data

m

θ

1

(vii)

(vii) Plot the graph θ against m

1

V / cm

3

T / K

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