You are on page 1of 5

Page 2

Mark Scheme: Teachers’ version
Class 10th – Nov 2015

Syllabus
0620

1 (a)
moles of CH3-CH = CH2 reacted = 1.4/42 = 0.033
[1]
maximum moles of CH3-CH(I)-CH3 that could be formed = 0.033
[1]
maximum mass of 2-iodopropane that could be formed = 5.61 g
[1]
percentage yield 4.0/5.67 x 100 = 70.5%
[1]
(b)
iron + nitric acid → iron nitrate + hydrogen
[2]
(c)
number of moles of O2 formed = 0.16/24 = 0.0067/0.00667 or 1/150
number of moles of Pb(NO3)2 in the sample = 0.0133/0.013 or 1/75
mass of one mole of Pb(NO3)2 = 331 g
mass of lead(II) nitrate in the sample = 4.4(1) g
percentage of lead(II) nitrate in sample = 88.3% (allow 88–89)
2 (a)
impure copper
[1]
(pure) copper
[1]
(soluble) copper salt or Cu2+
[1]
(b)
Cu - 2e  Cu2+ or Cu  Cu2+ + 2e
[2]
(c)
(i) cathode
(ii) pure foil: gets further copper deposit/increases in thickness/gets less shiny
[1]
impure foil: copper removed/decreases in thickness/appears cleaner
[1]
3 (a)
(i) Carbon has gained oxygen from iron (III) oxide
[1]
(b)
(i) Carbon monoxide + water  carbon dioxide + hydrogen
[2]
(ii) 80
(c)
(i) Chlorine gas
[1]

Paper
4

[4]

[1]

[1]

031 moles Mass of one mole of Li2SO4.062 moles Number of moles of Li2SO4.6 % .H2O = 0.H2O = 3.(ii) Zinc metal [1] (d) Number of moles of LiOh used = 0.H2O = 128 grams Maximum yield of Li2SO4.96grams Percentage yield = 55.

156 [1] [1] [1] (ii) 0.4 Molten potassium iodide NOT aqueous [1] Hydrogen oxygen water used up or solution becomes more concentrated or sodium chloride remains NOT no change If products are given as hydrogen.07 [1] [Total: 8] 6 (a) 7 1st.07) < 0.14 (2 × 0.156 moles of Br2 because 0.07 moles of Si and 25/160 = 0. chlorine and sodium hydroxide then 2/3 [1] [1] Copper oxygen (and water) sulfuric acid [1] [1] [1] accept hydrogen sulfate aqueous or dilute or concentrated potassium bromide accept correct formulae 5 (a) 72/24 = 3 and 28/14 = 2 Mg3N2 accept just formula for [2] even with incorrect or no working [1] [1] [1] [1] (b) Al4C3 + 12H2O = 4Al(OH)3 + 3CH4 For Al4C3 ONLY [1] [2] (c) (i) silicon is limiting reagent 0. 3rd and 4th boxes down ticked (aqueous sodium chloride. copper and graphite) [3] (b) Insulator [1] (c) (i) Anode [1] (ii) negative electrode: zinc positive electrode: chlorine [1] [1] (iii) graphite allow: carbon [1] (a) (i) The mass of substance containing the same number of fundamental units as there are .

inert [2] (c) (i) Alf3 (ii) As2O5 (iii) SiBr4 (iv) Al2O3 [4] .8 gm of calcium gives 8.4gm og Ca(OH)2 [2] (v) 0.6% (ii) Number of moles of Ti = 31.98 (iii) The simplest whole number ratio for moles of atoms: Fe : Ti : O 1 1 3 (iv) Formula is FeTiO3 accept TiFeO3 [1] [2] [1] [1] (b) (i) Chemical decomposition produced by passing an electric current through a liquid or solution containing ions [1] (ii) Anode [1] (iii) Hydrogen [1] (iv) platinum.66 Number of moles of O = 31.6/48 = 0.2 moles [1] (iii) Calcium is in excess as 4.6 gm of water gives 7.12 moles [1] (ii) Moles of water = 0.6/16 = 1.88gm of Ca(OH)2 and 3.8 gm of calcium left at the end of the reaction [1] 8 (a) (i) Percentage of oxygen = 31. [1] (b) 2gm of methane and 8 gm of SO2 contain same number of molecules [2] (c) (i) Moles of calcium = 0.atoms in exactly 12 grams of carbon 12 [1] (ii) Number of particles found in one mole of a substance.