1. Which of the following is INCORRECT about the kinetic theory of matter?

A Matter is made up tiny and discrete particles.
B
The tiny particles are always moving freely and randomly.
C During the diffusion reaction, the particles move from the region with lower
concentration to higher concentration.
2. Which of the following statements about the structure of an atom is TRUE?
A There are no empty spaces within an atom.
B
The electrons in an atom are in constant motion.
C Atoms are made up of protons and electrons only.
D The nucleus contains protons, neutrons and electrons.
3. Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 are isotopes.
What is the meaning of isotope?
A Atoms of the same element with different nucleon numbers
B
Atoms of the same element with the same proton number and nucleon number
C Atoms of the same element with the same proton number and number of neutron
D Atoms of the same element with the same proton number but different nucleon
number
4. What is meant by valence electrons?
A The electrons that located at the nucleus of an atom.
B
The electrons located at the innermost shell of an atom.
C The electrons located at the outermost shell of an atom.
5. Which of the following is the CORRECT definition of the term relative atomic mass?
A The mass of an atom of an element relative to the mass of an atom of carbon-12.
B
The mass of an atom of an element relative to the mass of an atom of hydrogen-1.
1
12
C The mass of an atom of an element relative to
of the mass of an atom of
carbon-12.
1
12
D The mass of an isotope of an element relative to
of the mass of an atom of
carbon-12.
6. In modern science, relative atomic mass is based on carbon-12.
Why carbon-12 is selected as base to determine relative atomic mass?
A Carbon can be handled easily.
B
Carbon is most abundance element on the Earth.
C Carbon is the lightest element available on the Earth
D Carbon seldom form compounds with other elements.
CuSO4
7. Name the substance above by using IUPAC system.
A Copper (I) sulphate
B
Copper (I) sulphide
C Copper (II) sulphate

Which of the following INCORRECTLY describes the type of oxides of Period 3 elements? A B C D Oxide Silicon dioxide Sulphur dioxide Aluminium oxide Sodium oxide Type of oxide Basic Acidic Amphoteric Basic 11. The information below is about subatomic particles discovered by a scientist.D Copper (II) sulphide 8. What is the safety precaution when handling Group 1 elements? A Wear mask B Wear glove C Use protective glasses. Group 1 elements are very reactive and may explode when they react with water. Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the physical properties of Group 18 elements in the Periodic Table of Elements? A They exist as monoatomic gases B Their atomic size decreases down the group.   Neutron has a mass almost the same as proton Nucleus of atom consists of proton and Which of the following is the scientist? A Ernest Rutherford B J. C They have high melting point and boiling point. 9. Which physical property indicates most clearly that a compound is ionic? A Its high melting point B Its solubility in water C Its electrical conductivity in molten state D Its high density 12. Thomson C James Chadwick D Neils Bohr . D Handle in the fume chamber. 10. D They do not form compounds with other elements.J.

II and IV only. II. Diagram 13 shows the electron arrangement for the atom X. II and IV only. The electron arrangement of atom X is 2. Determine its number of valence electron. 17. Which of the following properties show a decreasing trend for elements going from left to right across Period 3? I Atomic Radius II Metallic property III Electronegativity IV Electrical conductivity A B C D I and III only. III and IV. It is used in Haber Process as catalyst. B To study the characteristics of element systematically. Iron is a metal element.7. C To determine the position of elements in Periodic Table.13. Why do scientists arrange elements into Periodic Table of Element? A To differentiate between elements and compounds. Diagram 13 What is the proton number and nucleon number of element X? A B C D Proton number 8 6 8 6 Nucleon number 18 18 16 20 14. I. 16. A 2 B 3 C 8 D 7 15. An atom of element X contains 10 neutrons. I.8. Which of the following shows the position of iron in the Periodic Table of Elements? .

C Inert gases are elements in Group 18 of the Periodic Table. The formula of sulphur trioxide is SO3 What is the number of atoms in one mole of sulphur trioxide? [Avogadro constant = 6. C Y receives 1 electron.18. D It has high melting point and boiling point. Diagram 21 represents an atom of an element X. Which of the following statements about inert gases is INCORRECT? A Atoms of inert gases have 8 valence electrons. D Atoms of inert gases have very stable electron arrangement.02 x 1023 mol] A 6. O = 16. C It does not consist of free moving ions. D Y share 1 electron with another Y atom. What is its relative formula mass? [Relative atomic mass of N = 14. Which of the following best described the formation of stable ion of Y? A Y donates 1 electron B Y donates 7 electrons.020 x 1023 . 20. 21. 19. Mn = 55] A 117 B 165 C 179 D 234 23. Why Ethanol cannot conduct electricity? A It does not dissolve in water. B Inert gases exist as monoatomic gases. Manganese(II) nitrate has the chemical formula Mn(NO3)2. The electron arrangement of atom Y is 2.7. Diagram 21 What is the symbol of the element? 10 9X A B C D 19 9 X 9 10 X 9 19 X 22. B It has low intermolecular forces.

What is the molecular mass of gas X? [1 mol of gas occupies 22. wC3H7OH + xO2 → yCO2 + zH2O What are the values of w.6 g of metal M? [Relative atomic mass: 0 =16. The following equation shows a combustion reaction of propanol. Diagram 28 shows the cooling curve of gas X. .806 x 1024 2. What is the empirical formula of 8. 3.0 g oxide of M which contains 5. What is the ratio of number of atoms for 3 g of carbon to 9 g of aluminium? [Relative atomic mass of C = 12 and A1 =27] A 3:4 B 3:2 C 4:3 D 2:3 25.4 dm3 at STP] A 16 g mol-1 B 32 g mol-1 C 64 g mol-1 D 70 g mol-1 26. y and z? A B C D w 1 1 2 2 x 9 5 9 5 y 3 3 6 6 z 4 4 8 8 28.408 x 1024 24. Diagram 28 Which of the following statements is true? A From 0 to t1. x.204 x 1023 1. M =56] A MO B MO3 C M2O3 D M3O2 27.2 g of gas X occupies 1120 cm3 at standard temperature and pressure (STP).B C D 1. heat energy is absorbed.

Elements M and N combined to form a compound which has the following characteristics. 29. it was found that potassium spins more vigorously. From t2 to t3. When a small piece of sodium and potassium of the same size are put into different containers containing distilled water. Q.6 2. the heat energy released is equal to the heat lost to the surroundings.4 2. Which of the following statements shows that potassium is more reactive than sodium? [Proton number: Na = 11.1 Table 33 What is the CORRECT pair of formula of the compound and the way of formation of bond formed between the elements? Formula of compound Formation of bond A P2Q Transfer of electrons B QS4 Transfer of electrons C S2R Sharing of electrons D QR2 Sharing of electrons 32. Sodium and potassium are elements of the same group. P.8.B C D From t1 to t2. From t3 to t4. Which of the following is TRUE about elements M and N? A Both M and N are non-metals B M is a metal and N is a non-metal C Both M and N are transition metals . C Their atoms have eight electrons at the outermost shell. the kinetic energy of particles increased.8. Table 33 shows the electron arrangement of four elements.2 2. B They do not form compound with other elements. K. Potassium is placed below sodium. all forces of attraction between particles are overcome.  Low melting point. R and S Element P Q R S Electron arrangement 2. D Their atoms have achieved stable electron arrangement. = 19] A Sodium is more easily to donate electron because of its smaller atomic size B Potassium is more easily to receive electron because of its bigger atomic size C Sodium is more easily to receive electron because its nucleus attraction is stronger D Potassium is more easily to release electron because its nucleus attraction is weaker 31. Why Group 18 elements are inert? A They exist as monoatomic gases. 30.  Does not dissolves in water.

35. B I. Element Astatine is located below iodine in Group 17 of the Periodic Table. Which of the following statements is/are correct? I Rubidium is softer than potassium. . the volume of any gases of same number of mole are equal. 32g of oxygen gas and 44g of carbon dioxide gas under the same temperature and pressure are the same. III and IV only C II. III and IV only D I.D M and N have equal number of electrons 33. II Rubidium has a higher boiling point than potassium. III and IV. 34. C The melting point of astatine is lower than iodine. Diagram 33 shows three balloon filled with helium gas. [ Relative atomic mass: He = 2. II and III only. IV Rubidium reacts more vigorously with oxygen compared to potassium. II. Rubidium is placed below potassium in Group 1 of the Periodic table. oxygen gas and carbon dioxide respectively at a specified temperature and pressure. A I. B Under the same temperature and pressure. III Rubidium is more electropositive than potassium. O = 16] 2g of helium gas 32g of oxygen gas Diagram 33 44g of carbon dioxide gas What is the generalisation can be made from the above situation? A All the gases are of the same number of mole. B Astatine exist as gas under room condition. C The volume of 2g helium gas. Which of the following statements is correct? A Astatine is black in colour. C = 12. D Astatine is more reactive toward iron wool compared to iodine.

The following information is about atom T. Y is not the actual symbol of the element.36. Diagram 36 Which of the following is the position of element Y in the Periodic Table? A B C D Group 2 2 12 12 period 2 3 2 3 37.   Number of proton is 3 Nucleon number is 7 Which diagram shows the structure of atom T? . Diagram 36 shows the electrons arrangement of an atom of Y.

What is the formula of the compound formed between element X and element Y? A XY B X2Y C XY2 D XY3 39.38. The letter X is not the actual symbol of element. Which of the following represents the electron arrangement for a compound formed between magnesium and element X? . Element X and calcium combine to form compound CaX2. The proton number of element X and element Y are 20 and 17 respectively. Element X and carbon combined to form compound CX4.

40. Disahkan oleh. Diagram 40 Which of the following represents the electron arrangement for a compound formed when element X reacts with element Y? End of question paper Disediakan oleh. Diagram 40 shows the standard representation for two elements. (CALEB LING DUONG HAN) Guru Mata Pelajaran Kimia (MAVIS SHAMANY BALI) Ketua panitia Kimia Tingkatan 4SNA . X and Y.