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SlAV Publishing 2009
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Unit 3 Trial Examination
MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWER SHEET
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B. tyrosine is Question 3 DNA has an overall negative charge because of a negative charge on the A.Multiple-choice questions Instructions for Section A Answer all questions in pencil on the answer sheet provided for multiple-choice questions. Question 1 The IUPAC name for the compound whose structure is given below is A. D. B. deoxyribose groups nitrogen bases sugar groups phosphate groups . C. an incorrect answer scores O. A correct answer scores 1. No mark will be given if more than one answer is completed for any question.© STAV Publishing 2009 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination SECTION A . Choose the response that is correct or that best answers the question. Marks will not be deducted for incorrect answers. 4-chlorohex-4-ene 3-chlorohex-2-ene 4-chlorohex-S-ene 2-chlorohex-2-ene Question 2 The molecular formula of the amino acid. D. C.
© STAV Publishing 2009 2 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 4 The difference in molar mass between the bases guanine and cytosine is A. C. C.8 g 95. .3 g mor l ). C. Question 5 A biofuel formed from methanol and stearic acid would have the molecular formula A.4 X 10-3 1. 11. per 10.9 g 14.4 X B. B. B. 1. 10.1 D.0 mL. CH3(CH2)16COOCHzCH3 HCOOCHz(CH2)16CH3 CH3(CHz)I6COOCH3 CH 3COOCHlCHz)16CH3 Question 6 An antacid is known to contain 400 mg of magnesium hydroxide.2 g D. C.0 L of the antacid would be closest to A. Question 7 The mass of MgCl z that would contain 0. 12 g B. 26 g 28 g 40 g D. D.4 1. Mg(OH)z (M = 58. The number of mole of hydroxide ions in 1.9 g 23.25 mole of chloride ions is closest to A.4 X 10-2 1.
3.22 206 124 ~ ZnCh(aq) + BzCg) D.27 g of zinc metal is completely reacted in 250 mL of concentrated hydrochloric acid to give gaseous hydrogen according to the equation Zn(s) + 2HC1(aq) Question 8 The volume in htres of hydrogen gas produced at 25°C and 1.© STAV Publishing 2009 3 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination The next three questions refer to the following information.103 1. B. 0. B.050 M 0. D.013 M C. Question 10 The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid is best described as A. Question 9 The concentration of zinc ions in the solution after all ofthe zinc has reacted is closest to A. D. 0.100 M 0. B. C. C.200 M 0. an acid-base reaction a precipitation reaction a redox reaction a gravimetric reaction .00 atm pressure is closest to A.
White light is shone through a vaporised sample to determine which wavelengths are absorbed. 2 3 B. B. It measures the wavelengths of light emitted when electrons fall back to their ground state. C. 4 5 Question 12 The molecule is formed from A. ethanoic acid and ethanol ethanoic acid and I-propanol propanoic acid and ethanol propanoic acid and I-propanol Question 13 Which of the following statements about Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) is correct? A. .© STAV Publishing 2009 4 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination The next two questions relate to the following information Question 11 The number of different IH environments in this molecule would be A. The wavelength of light used matches one of the wavelengths emitted when the sample is analysed by a flame test. D. B. D. C. D. It is an effective qualitative technique but it cannot be used for quantitative analysis. C.
C. the following curve is obtained showing the variation of pH with the volume of weak base added. If a particular weak base is added to a strong acid. HCI NaCI NaOH CH 30H B. methyl red bromothymol blue phenol red phenolphthalein B. C.© STAV Publishing 2009 5 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 14 Different indicators change colour over different pH ranges and it is important to choose the correct indicator to obtain an accurate result in a titration. Question 15 Which aqueous solution turns phenolphthalein pink / red? A. 14 12 10 8 pH 6 ~ - 4 2 ) ~ ~ o o 10 20 30 volume of weak base added in mL Which of the indicators below would not be the best choice to use in the titration? A. D. . D.
HC10 4 HOCl Ch and O2 HCl and O2 B. Question 18 Which line in the table correctly describes reactions I and IT? CH 3 CH= CH 2 Reaction I CH3CH2CH 20H Reaction IT l l Reaction I A. Reaction IT oxidation reduction oxidation reduction hydration hydration hydrolysis hydrolysis B. The product(s) ofthe reaction could be A. C. ions in 1 L of 1. D. C. Ch07 is added to water. molecules in 16 g of oxygen gas electrons in 1 g of hydrogen gas atoms in 24 g of carbon . . D.0 M sodium chloride solution B. D. Question 17 The Avogadro Constant is the same as the number of A. C.© STAV Publishing 2009 6 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 16 When the oxide. a reaction takes place which is not a redox process.
B. Indicator was added to the base sample and it was titrated to the endpoint with the acid. 4. END OF SECTION A .027 0. A burette was rinsed with water and then filled with the standardised acid.27 C.11 0. The calculated base concentration will be correct. C. The calculated base concentration will be too high. A pipette was used to transfer a measured volume of base solution into the conical flask. Which of the following statements is correct? A. D. the following procedure was used 1. A conical flask was rinsed with some base solution. Assuming all of the sodium ions in the sauce are from added sodium chloride.011 0.© STAV Publishing 2009 7 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 19 The label of a brand of sauce states that it has 1051 mg of sodium per 100 g.0 g serve of the sauce would be closest to A. 3. No definite conclusion can be reached about the base concentration. 0. B. D. 5. The calculated base concentration will be too low. 2. Question 20 In a titration of a strong base with a strong acid. A pipette was rinsed with some base solution. the mass (in grams) of sodium chloride in a 1.
© STAV Publishing 2009 8 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination SECTION B .Short answer questions Instructions for Section B Answer all questions in the spaces provided. No credit will be given for an incorrect answer unless it is accompanied by details of the working. unsimplified answers will not be given full marks. Hig). • show all working in your answers to numerical questions. a. NaCI(s) Question 1 The following unbalanced equation partially describes the process that occurs when potassium bromate solution. Explain your response. KBr03(aq). i. Write the balanced reduction half-equation iii. for example. What is the oxidation number of bromine in Br03-? ii. Write the balanced oxidation half-equation. i. is mixed with a solution of oxalic acid. • make sure chemical equations are balanced and that the formulas for individual substances include an indication of state. (COOH)2 (aq). Give the formula of the species being oxidised. I + 1 = 2 marks b. To obtain full marks for your responses you should • give simplified answers with an appropriate number of significant figures for all numerical questions. ii. Write the balanced overall equation for the reaction I + 1 + 1 = 3 marks Total 5 marks .
00xl0 3 1.0 Nickel content (mgL. Absorbance 0 0. In an analysis of ore samples from a particular mine.© STAV Publishing 2009 9 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 2 The mining industry makes extensive use of atomic absorption spectroscopy to analyse mineral samples. the nickel content was to be determined. On the axes provided.50 0.1) 0 5. The following table shows the absorbance vs concentration of some standard samples containing nickel ions. Initially. some standardised nickel solutions were prepared and their absorbance measured. 1 mark b.50 x 103 2.25 0.00 x 102 1. 3 marks .00 X 103 a. plot a fully labelled graph of absorbance against concentration. Which of absorbance or nickel content is the dependent variable? Briefly explain your answer.75 1.
i.35 g of ore in acid and made up to 10. An ore sample was prepared for analysis by • digestion of 1. • this solution was then diluted with distilled water to 100 mL. Determine the concentration of nickel ions.0 mL. in mglL. The diluted sample gave an absorbance reading of 0. 1 mark Total 9 marks .62. 1 + 2 + 1 = 4 marks d. Determine the mass of nickel. in the diluted sample. Explain why the ore sample had to be diluted. in mg. ii. Calculate the percentage by mass of nickel in the sample.© STAV Publishing 2009 10 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination c. in the ore sample iii.
1 mark 4 marks c.II / C '" C ~O 1 C-N CH \ 1z H I H I OH OH a. i. Draw the stl1lcture of and name the amino acids from which it has been synthesised.© STAV Publishing 2009 11 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 3 The structure of a dipeptide is shown below. Circle the peptide link. 1 mark Total 7 marks . Draw the structure (showing all bonds) of one of these amino acids at neutral pH 1 mark ii. Draw the structure of the other amino acid (showing all bonds) at low pH. CH I H 3 0 I H"" H/ N / C ". b.
Draw the structure of and name any possible product(s). 1 mark b. 4 marks Total 6 marks . 1 mark c. Give the systematic name of the alkene. Name the type of reaction occurring.© STAV Publishing 2009 12 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 4 An alkene has the following structure a. The alkene is reacted with HBr(g).
ClsH340Z. How many peaks would be expected in the l3C NMR spectrum of glycerol? Explain your answer. If the lipid had been made from oleic acid. a. 3 marks e. I mark Total 9 marks .00 g of the triglyceride is reacted with excess Brz. 1.© STAV Publishing 2009 13 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 5 A triglyceride. is formed by reacting glycerol with an excess of linoleic acid. without further calculation state how you expect the mass of Brz to differ from your answer in d and explain your reasoning. 2 marks b. calculate the mass of Brz needed for this reaction. Draw a representation of the triglyceride showing all bonds except for the fatty acid residues. 2 marks c. 1 mark d. How many C/C double bonds are present in each molecule oflinoleic acid? Explain your answer. with a molar mass of 884 g mor l .
© STAV Publishing 2009 14 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 6 A student is provided with samples of 1. 1 mark c. 5 marks b.propanol and ethanol and is asked to synthesise a pure sample of the liquid ethyl propanoate. a. 2 marks Total 8 marks . Include names of any inorganic reagents that would be required. Explain how IR spectroscopy could be used to distinguish between pure ethyl propanoate and ethanol. Create a reaction pathway to show how the student might produce this compound using semistructural formulae of organic reactants and products. Give the name of the process which would enable the mixture of liquids at the end of the reaction to be treated so that pure ethyl propanoate can be obtained.
Determine the percentage yield of aspirin in this experiment to the appropriate number of significant figures. according to the equation The student used 3.00 g of acetic anhydride to obtain 2. C7H60 3 . C9H g0 4 by reacting salicylic acid. 2 marks Total 7 marks . 5 marks b. C4H 60 3 .0 g of aspirin.© STAV Publishing 2009 15 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 7 A student prepared a sample of aspirin.00 g of salicylic acid with 4. a. Calculate the theoretical mass of aspirin that should have been obtained. with acetic anhydride.
1 mark b. 4 marks The mass spectrum of the compound is shown below. a. 2 marks 3 marks Total 10 marks .57 and 59.© STAV Publishing 2009 16 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 8 A compound is an ester with the empirical formula C2H4 0 and a molar mass of 88. d. Draw four structures (show all bonds) for esters which satisfy these requirements. Circle any structure you drew in b which could give this mass spectrum. Determine the molecular formula of the compound. - 29 57 100 % - 59 27 88 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 10 20 30 40 50 mass I charge ratio 60 70 80 90 c. Identify the fragments that give rise to the peaks at 29.
ii. 1 + 2 = 3 marks Total 5 marks END OF EXAMlNATION . 1 + 1 = 2 marks b. To which family of compounds do glucose and sucrose belong? ii.© STAV Publishing 2009 17 Chemistry Unit 3 Trial Examination Question 9 Flowers produce nectar which contains a mixture of sugars such as glucose and sucrose. Name this type of chemical reaction. Write a balanced equation for the reaction. 1. a. Glucose can be broken down to produce alcohol. Name a digestible polymer which also belongs to this family. 1.
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any open box with shading inside it is correct and scores 1 mark. Students should have shaded their answers. Simply photocopy the page onto an overhead projector sheet. ONE ANSWER PER LINE ONE ANSWER PER LINE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 • • D D D 11 D • • D D D 12 13 14 15 16 17 D D D D D D 18 • • 19 20 • • D D • • • D D D D D • .© STAV Publishing 2009 1 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions Use this page as an overlay for marking the multiple choice answer sheets. The correct answers are open boxes below. Therefore.
Correct answer is D. 10. Question 2 From the data book the structure of tyrosine is shown below. This is a difference of CN2 which is 40 g.8 X 10'3 mol n (OH-) in 1.38 mol = 1. C atom. Question 4 From the structures provided in the data book. This leaves one charged 0 atom. 7. 11. 14. . 9. Question 6 n Mg(OH)2 in 10 mL = m/M = 400 xlO-3 / 58. D C D B 5. guanine has the molecular formula CsHsNsO and cytosine has the molecular formula C4H sN 30. This gives 11 H atoms altogether.4 mol Correct answer is D. 15.\ ) . 8.0 L = 13. Correct answer is D.'H 2 \~ '(----. 19. Correct answer is C. Hence DNA carries a negative charge.3 = 6. 16.8 X 10-3 x 1000/10 = 1. B D C A 2. 17. C C C C Comments for Section A answers Question 1 CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 CCI = CHCH 3 3rd Counting from the right gives the double bond at the 2nd C atom and the CIon the answer is B. Question 5 Methanol is CH30H and stearic acid from the data book is CH3(CH2)16COOH: The biofuel is the ester CH3(CH2)16COOCH3.9 x 10'3 mol n (OH-) in 10 mL = 2 x n Mg(OH)2 = 13."-~~l OR H2-N'-rn-COOH The benzene ring only has four H atoms but 6 C atoms. Correct C. 6.© STAV Publishing 2009 2 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions SECTION A (Total 20 marks) 1. 18. 12. 13. Question 3 o II 0-/ 6- I"'" 0 - Each phosphate group bonds to two deoxyribose (sugar) units to make the backbone on DNA. 20. C A C B 3. Correct answer is C. D B D A 4.
From the data book methyl red changes colour between 4.6 phenol red changes colour between 6. Correct answer is C.27 / 65.3 g mor l Correct answer is A. All ofthe individual groupings of the hydrogen nuclei are in different environments.125 x 95.0500 x 24.5 = 1.125 mol M(MgClz) = 95.3 bromothymol blue changes colour between 6. . There are four different lH environments. From the curve this looks like between 6 to 8.5 L mor l V(H 2) = n'x V m = 0. Question 12 The molecule CH3 CH2 COOCH2 CH3 is an ester formed from CH3CH2 COOH (propanoic acid) and HOCH 2 CH3 (ethanol). Correct answer is B. Question 15 The only base in the group is NaOH. Correct answer is D.2 and 6. H+ ions have been reduced to H2 . Question 9 n(Zn2 +) = n(Zn) [ Zn2+J = n / V = 0.4 phenolphthalein changes colour between 8.9 g Question 8 n(Zn) = m/M = 3.23 L. Correct answer is C.0500 mol Conditions given are at SLC.250 mol n(MgClz) = 0.8 and 8. Wavelengths absorbed are the same as wavelengths emitted. m(MgClz) = n x M = 0.4 = 0.3 and 10 The only indicator that changes outside the entire range is phenolphthalein.200 M Correct answer is C.© STAV Publishing 2009 3 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions Question 7 n(Cr) = 0. The reaction is a redox reaction. Correct answer is C. Question 11 Draw out the structure of the ester. Question 10 Zn has been oxidised to Zn2+. Correct answer is C. Correct answer is D.0 and 7. Question 14 The indicator should change colour with the sharpest possible rise in pH.250 = 0.050 / 0. V m = 24.3 = 11. Question 13 AAS uses a particular wavelength which is absorbed to determine quantitative information.
The number of mole of base will be higher and therefore its concentration will appear higher.0457 mol in 100g m(NaCl) = n x M = 0. m(NaCl) = 0.0 g.0= 0. Correct answer is A.67 in 100 g in 1.0 x 1023 ions 24 g C is 2 mol of C lmol ofNaCl has 2 mol of ions. Question 18 I is an addition reaction but can also be referred to as hydration as a water molecule is added across the double bond and II is an oxidation reaction. Correct answer is B. Correct answer is C.5 = 2. Question 19 n(Na)=m/M = 1051 x10· 3 /23.0267 g. n(Na) = n(NaCl) = 0.© STAV Publishing 2009 4 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions Question 16 Ch07 has Cl in oxidation state +7. Correct answer B. Each H atom has one electron. Correct answer is A. . More acid will be needed. ie 6.0457 mol Question 20 The conical flask should not have been washed with base solution but with de-ionised water. HCl04 has Cl in oxidation state +7. Question 17 16 g of Oz = Y2 a mole of molecules 1 g of Hz = Y2 mol of Hz but 1 mol ofH atoms.0457 x 58.
11. b. 3(COOH)2 (aq) + Br03. The dependent variable is plotted on the y axis. i.35 g 1 mark iii.(aq) + 3 H20(l) 1 mark Question"2 (9 marks) a. The absorbance depends on concentration.© STAV Publishing 2009 5 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions SECTION B .(aq) ---7 6 CO2 (g) + Br .19 % 1 mark All the light could have been absorbed giving a false reading. 1 mark Question 3 (7 marks) a.35 d. +5 1 mark ---7 ii. (COOH)2 Cis oxidised from +3 to +4 state 1 mark 1 mark (COOH)2 (aq) 2 CO2 (g) + 2H\aq) +2e' iii.24 x 103mg / L 1 mark therefore 124 mg in 100 mL 1 mark = therefore 124 mg in original 1. 9. i. % Ni = (124 x 10'3) x 100 /1. CH-OH I- 1 mark ~-CH-COOH alanine 1 mark senne 1 mark . 1 mark Correct plot of graph 2 marks. H c~ ~o I c~ CH 2 I I \ O-H 1 mark OH b. 1. c. b.Short answer questions Question 1 (5 marks) a. labelling of axes 1 mark i.
C . H-N-C-C/ /+ H H I I ~O or H". o H".C 17H31 II H I H .© STAV Publishing 2009 6 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions c.N-C H -c / ~O \ 0- 1 mark /+ I \ 0- /+ H I ii. I H. H---- II C-O-C-C H 17 31 o H . Two of the carbons have identical environment 1 mark. H~ H I/H C H~ H I/O-H C H". H/+ I H H-N-C-C/ ~O \O-H 1 mark \O-H I Question 4 (6 marks) a. 2-methylpent-2-ene or 2-methyl-2-pentene Addition reaction. 1 mark 1 mark c.C 17 H31 II correct overall structure 1 mark all the relevant bonds shown 1 mark o / C .0 .C . b. Glycerol shows only 2 peaks in the l3C spectrum. b. 1 mark.0 .C . H~ H I/H C H~ H H-N-C-C / H H~ I H ~O I/O-H C or H". i. 2-methyl-3-bromopentane 1 mark 2-bromo-2-methylpentane 1 mark Question 5 (9 marks) a.
linoleic acid must have two C/C double bonds. The ethanol would not have a C=O stretch around 1700 cm but has a broad OH stretch around 3300 cm.or equivalent -7 CH3 CH2COOH 1 mark for both correct semi-structural formulae concentrated H2 S04 1 mark for the correct ester and 1 mark for the concentrated sulfuric acid No need to balance equation. C 17H 3S COOH. Note: A student who chooses to oxidise the incorrect alcohol but has everything else correct should score 4 marks b.00/ 884 n(Br2) / n(lipid) = 6 / 1 1 mark n(Br2) = 6 x 1. No need to write the structure of the alcohol in reverse. Compared with stearic acid. 1 mark Question 7 (7 marks) 1 mark for all the molar masses which need to be used for answering the question 1 mark for calculating moles of both salicylic acid and acetic anhydride correctly.0 /3.00 x 160/ 884 = 1.00113 1 mark n(triglyceride) = m/M = 1. which only has C/C single bonds. c.91 = 51. 1 mark Question 6 (8 marks) a. 1 mark 0. % yield = 100 x 2.© STAV Publishing 2009 7 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions c. linoleic acid has the formula C 17H 31 COOH. 1 mark for recognising that C7H60 3 is the limiting reagent b. Oxidise propan-l-ol to propanoic acid using a suitable oxidising agent 1 mark for choosing to oxidise propan-l-ol and 1 mark for H+ / Cr2072. Using fractional distillation 1 mark The ester would have a C=O stretch around 1700 cm 1 mark but no broad OH stretch around 3300 cm.2 % = 51 % 1 mark (2 sf) 1 mark . It would be approximately half of the previous answer as there are only three C/C double bonds.08 g 1 mark e. d. From the data book.
HCOOCH2 CH2CH3 iv. If the student has looked at the whole spectrum they might conclude it can only be i. i. carbohydrates or polysaccharides starch or glycogen 1 mark oxidation or redox I mark 1 mark END OF SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS . HCOOCH(CH3)2 1 mark 1 mark The peak at 59 suggests a fragment of 29 has been lost .possibly . c. b.© STAV Publishing 2009 8 Chemistry Unit 3 Solutions Question 8 (10 marks) a. iii (accept any 2).CH2CH3 1 mark could be circled in either i. ii. ii. The ester must have a molecular formula of C4Hg0 2 1 mark It could have the following semi structures 1 mark 1 mark iii. 1 mark 59 could be (CH 3COOt 57 could be (CH3CH2COt 29 could be (CH2CH3t 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark d. Accept any reasonable answer. i. Question 9 (5 marks) a. Deduct a mark only once for omission of a positive charge. There may be other possibilities. b.