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Rate of Reaction & Hydrocarbon TEST


CHEMISTRY FORM 5 FORM 5
MONTHLY TEST 2-2010

Name :........................................................................................... Form : 5 DAHLIA / SEMARAK

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. Table 1 shows the total volume of hydrogen gas 3. Diagram below shows the graph obtained in an
collected when zinc is reacted with hydrochloric experiment to study the effect of concentration
acid. of sodium thiosulphate solution on the rate of
reaction at room conditions.
Time/s Volume of gas / cm3
0 0
-3

15 22
Concentration / mol dm

30 38
45 45
60 48
75 48

What is the average rate of reaction?

A. 0.37 cm3s-1
/ s-1
B. 0.64 cm3s-1
C. 0.80 cm3s-1
D. 1.47 cm3s-1
From the graph, we can conclude that

A. The temperature of solution does not affect


2. Which of the following does not affect the rate of
rate of reaction
reaction?
B. The time of reaction is directly propotional
to the concentration of reactant
A. The presence of catalyst
C. The rate of reaction is directly propotional to
B. The concentration of reactant
concentration of reactant.
C. The surface area of reactant
D. The time taken is short when concentration
D. The mass of reactant
of substance is low

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4. What is the definition of activation energy? 8. Table below shows the decomposition process
of hydrogen peroxide with presence of catalyst.
A. The amount of energy possesed by the
reactant particles in a reaction Set Reacting conditions
B. The amount of energy that must be supplied I 0.1 g of manganese (IV) oxide powder +
to the reactant for a reaction to occur 50 cm3 0.1 mol dm-3 of hydrogen peroxide
C. The minimum amount of energy that must solution at room temperature and
be possesed by reactant for reaction occur pressure
D. The energy change when the reactants react II 0.1 g of manganese (IV) oxide powder +
to form the products. 50 cm3 0.1 mol dm-3 of hydrogen peroxide
solution at a temperature of 65 oC.

5. Which of the following is a way to reduce the Which of the following shows the volume of
activation energy of a reaction? oxygen gas liberated against time for the both
sets of the experiments?
A. Heat the reaction mixture
B. Use suitable catalyst
C. Increase the temperature of the reactant A.

3
Volume of O2 / cm
D. Use a powdered form of the reactants. II

I
6. During the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide
reaction into water and oxygen, black copper (II)
oxide is added to catalyse the reaction. What is Time
left in the boiling tube at the end of reaction?
B.
3
Volume of O2 / cm

A. A blue solution II
B. A blue solution and black solid
C. A blue solution and white solid I
D. A colourless solution and a black solid

Time
7. Diagram below shows the energy level diagram
for the reaction A + B  C + D C.
3
Volume of O2 / cm

I
Energy

II
150 J
580 J
C+D Time
D.
3
Volume of O2 / cm

A+B
I
II
What is the activation energy for this reaction?

A. 150 J
B. 430 J Time
C. 580 J
D. 730 J

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9. The equation below shows a reaction to produce 13. Determine the percentage of carbon in butane.
carbon dioxide gas. Given relative atomic mass for C is 12 and
Hydrogen is 1.
2HCl + CaCO3  CaCl2 + CO2 + H2O
A. 81.2%
Which of the following would increase the rate B. 82.76%
of production of carbon dioxide gas? C. 83.33%
D. 83.72%
A. Increase the volume of acid
B. Increase the time of reaction
C. Increase the concentration of acid 14. Which of the following general formula is an
D. Increase the size of calcium carbonate unsaturated hydrocarbon?

A. CnH2n+2
10. The change of gas volume can be used to B. CnH2n
measure the rate of reaction. Which of the C. CnH2n+1OH
following reactions involve the change of gas D. CnH2n+1
volume?

A. Reaction between sodium hydroxide and 15. The process of converting propene into propane
hydrochloric acid is called
B. Reaction between lead (II) nitrate with
sodium sulphate A. Cracking process
C. Reaction between silver (II) nitrate with B. Hydrogenation process
pottasium chloride C. Halogenation process
D. Reaction between zinc granules and D. Hydration process
sulphuric acid.

16. Which of the following pairs of compound will


11. Which of the following statements is true about react?
the compound with the molecular formula,
C5H12? I. C3H6 + Br2
II. C4H10 + Br2 in sunlight
A. It is dissolve in water III. C3H6 + HBr
B. It is an inorganic compound IV. C5H12 + KMnO4(acidified)
C. It has low boiling and melting point
D. It burns in the air to produce oxygen and A. I only
water B. I and III
C. I, II and III
D. I, II, III and IV
12. Which of the following is a specific property of
alkanes?
17. Methane can reacts with chlorine with the
A. Alkanes are always in liquid form presence of UV. In this reaction, methane
B. Alkanes are soluble in water undergoes
C. Alkanes contains at least one double
covalent bond A. Halogenation process
D. Alkanes cannot react with bromine in B. Hydrogenation process
laboratory. C. Substitution process
D. Addition process

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18. Which of the following statements are true for 20. Diagram below shows an structural formula of
both pentane and pentene? organic compound.

I. Produces carbon monoxide gas if the


combustion is incomplete H H H OH
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II. Decolourizes the purple colour of KMnO4 H–C–C–C–C–H
III. Can be converted to pentanol | | | |
IV. Pentene has higher percentage of carbon H H OH H
than pentane
What is the name of the organic compound
A. I only
above?
B. I and IV
C. I, II and III
A. Propan – 1, 2 – diol
D. II, III and IV
B. Butan – 1, 2 – diol
C. Butan – 3, 4 – diol
D. Propan – 3, 4 – diol
19. What process takes place when ethene is
converted to ethanol?

A. Cracking process
B. Hydrogenation process
C. Halogenation process
D. Hydration process

Section B
Answer all question.

1. Table 1.1 shows the boiling and melting point of hydrocarbon compounds.

Name of members Molecular Formula Melting Point / oC Boiling Point / oC


Methane CH4 -182 -162

Ethane -183 -89

C 3H8 -188 -42

C4H10 -138 -0.5

Pentane -130 36
Table 1.1

a. Complete the table above


[4 marks]

b. What is the physical state of pentane at room temperature?

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[1 mark]

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c. What is the general formula of the hydrocarbon states in the table above?

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[1 mark]

d. Methane undergo complete combustion in excess of oxygen gas. Write a chemical balance equation for the
combustion process.

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[2 mark]

e. When methane is added into a test tube containing bromine water and the mixture is shaken. After a while
observation is recorded.
i. State the observation occurs for the reaction.

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[1 mark]

ii. Give the reason for the answer in (e)(i).

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[1 mark]

2. Diagram below shows series of reaction of involving organic compound.

H H H OH
Compound R | | | |
(Saturated Hydrocarbon) H–C–C–C–C–H
Reaction 2 | | | |
Add KmnO4 H H OH H
acidified Compound S
Reaction 1

Compound Z

Reaction 3

H H H OH
| | | |
H–C–C–C–C–H
| | | |
H H H H
Compound Q

a. i. State the molecular formula for compound Z.

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[1 mark]
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ii. Draw structural formula for compound Z
[1 mark]

b. Compound Z undergoes the Reaction 1 to produce a saturated hydrocarbon, Compound R.


i. State the name of Reaction 1

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[1 mark]

ii. State the condition of the reaction mentioned above.

Temperature :.................................. Catalyst :..........................................


[2 marks]

c i. Named the compound Q

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[1 mark]

ii. Named the catalyst used in Reaction 3

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[1 mark]

d. i. What is meant by isomerism?

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[1 mark]

ii. Draw two structural formula of isomer of compound Z.


[2 marks]

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