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Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________

Unit 1 Introducing chemistry Worksheet 1

Match the following two lists:
Hazardous nature of chemical Hazard warning label
Carcinogen ● ●

Corrosive ● ●

Explosive ● ●

Flammable ● ●

Harmful ● ●

Irritant ● ●

Oxidizing ● ●

Toxic ● ●

Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________

Revision Worksheet Topic 1 1

5. _________________________________ Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 1 Introducing chemistry Worksheet 3 Revision Worksheet Topic 1 2 . _________________________________ _____________________________________ 4. _____________________________________ _________________________________ 3. _____________________________________ _________________________________ 2.Unit 1 Introducing chemistry Worksheet 2 Name the following apparatus: 1. 7. 6.

4. 1. Revision Worksheet Topic 1 3 .Label the apparatus in the diagrams. 3. Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 2 The atmosphere Worksheet 1 Complete this crossword using the clues provided. 2.

3. 2. ____ property of a substance is a property that can be measured without changing the chemical Revision Worksheet Topic 1 4 . 9. 10. Air contains 21% of this substance. 8. 7. 8. A substance which cannot be broken down into anything simplier by chemical methods. 5. 6. Anything which has mass and occupies space. 9. ____ property of a substance is a property that describes its ability to form new substance(s). 1. Down 2. 4. In industry. 7. Oxygen can relight a ___ splint. Across 1. oxygen and nitrogen in the air are separated by ____distillation of liquid air. A substance composed of two or more elements chemically joined together. It consists of two or more pure substances not chemically joined together. 4. 6.5. 3.

10. Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 2 The atmosphere Worksheet 2 1 Classify each of the following substances as element. Substance Element/compound/mixture (a) Air (b) Ammonia (c) Calcium carbonate (d) Carbon (e) Carbon dioxide (f) Copper (g) Exhaled breath (h) Soda water 2 Classify each of the following properties as a physical or chemical property of the substance concerned. Air contains 78% of this substance. (c) The melting point of sodium is 98 ℃. Revision Worksheet Topic 1 5 . composition of the substance. (b) Copper burns in oxygen to give an oxide of copper. compound or mixture. Property Physical property/ chemical property (a) Oxygen gas is colourless.

Stage of fractional distillation Description ____________________ Dust. 9.7. 6. 1. 5. water vapour and ______________ are removed. Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 3 The ocean Worksheet 1 Complete this crossword using the clues provided. cooled and then allowed to expand repeatedly until its temperature reaches -200 ℃. 3. 10. ______________ of air The air is compressed. Revision Worksheet Topic 1 6 . 2. ______________ of liquid air The liquid air is pumped into a ______________and then allowed to warm up slowly. ______________ is collected from the lower part. 8. ______________ becomes a gas first and passed out at the top.3 Complete the following descriptions on the three stages of fractional distillation of liquid air. 4.

3 The substance that does the dissolving during the formation of a solution. Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 3 The ocean Worksheet 2 Label the following diagrams: 1 Experimental set-up for filtration. Revision Worksheet Topic 1 7 . 2 Experimental set-up for evaporating a solution and distillation respectively. Down 1 A _______ method for separating an insoluble solid from a liquid. 8 The substance that dissolves during the formation of a solution. at a given temperature. 10 The process of changing a liquid to a vapour.Across 4 The process of evaporating a liquid and condensing the vapour. 6 The process of forming crystals. 9 This is formed when one substance dissolved in another. 2 A ______ solution is a solution that has dissolved all the solute it can. 5 A ______ solution contains a small amount of solute in a given volume of solvent. 7 A ____ solution contains a large amount of solute in a given volume of solvent.

3 Complete the following descriptions on the electrolysis of sea water using the set-up shown below: Revision Worksheet Topic 1 8 .  a white ____________shows that the sample is a chloride.  add excess ____________  followed by ____________solution.Name:___________ Class:___________ Date:__________________ Unit 3 The ocean Worksheet 3 1 Complete the following table on the flame colours of compounds containing certain elements in flame test. Elements in compound Flame colour Potassium Golden yellow Copper Bluish-green 2 Complete the following descriptions in test for chlorides:  First dissolve the sample in water.

Revision Worksheet Topic 1 9 .  ____________ gas is formed at the positive electrode during electrolysis. the electrode connected to the positive pole of the battery is the ____________electrode.  ____________ gas is formed at the negative electrode during electrolysis.  the solution in the set-up becomes ____________ solution eventually.  the electrode connected to the negative pole of the battery is the ____________electrode.