AQA (9-1) Topic 8

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GCSE Chemistry (AQA) Quiz on AQA (9-1) Topic 8, created by https:// revisechemistry.uk on 03/06/2018.

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Question 1

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Artificial colours can be detected and identified using:
Answer
  • Filtration
  • Paper chromatography
  • Flame tests
  • Mass spectrometer

Question 2

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Paper chromatography works because some of the coloured substances are better at dissolving in the liquid than they are at bonding with the paper, so they travel further [blank_start]up[blank_end] the paper.
Answer
  • up

Question 3

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There are four gases you need to know how to test. Select the correct gas, and fill the blanks for the tests below. [blank_start]Hydrogen[blank_end] can be tested by placing [blank_start]a light splint[blank_end] over the end of a test tube, and hearing a 'squeaky pop'. [blank_start]Oxygen[blank_end] can be tested by placing a [blank_start]glowing splint[blank_end] over the end of a test tube, and seeing it relight. [blank_start]Carbon dioxide[blank_end] can be tested by bubbling the gas through limewater, and seeing it turn cloudy. [blank_start]Chlorine[blank_end] can be tested for by holding [blank_start]damp blue[blank_end] litmus paper over the end of a test tube, and seeing it turn [blank_start]red, then white[blank_end].
Answer
  • Hydrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Chlorine
  • a lighted splint
  • a glowing splint
  • Oxygen
  • Hydrogen
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Chlorine
  • glowing splint
  • lighted splint
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Oxygen
  • Hydrogen
  • Chlorine
  • Chlorine
  • Oxygen
  • Hydrogen
  • Carbon dioxide
  • damp blue
  • dry blue
  • damp red
  • dry red
  • red, then white
  • blue, then white

Question 4

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Paper chromatography consists of two stages: the [blank_start]stationary[blank_end] phase (a.k.a. the phase that doesn't move - this is the [blank_start]paper[blank_end]) the [blank_start]mobile[blank_end] phase (a.k.a. the phase that moves - this is the [blank_start]solvent[blank_end])
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  • stationary
  • paper
  • solvent
  • mobile

Question 5

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A formulation is a [blank_start]mixture[blank_end] that has been designed as a useful product.
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  • mixture
  • compound
  • element

Question 6

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Pure substances will melt and boil [blank_start]at specific[blank_end] temperatures, so we can use the temperature that a substance melts/boils at to tell how [blank_start]pure[blank_end] it is. Impure substances will melt [blank_start]over a range of[blank_end] temperatures. If a substance is [blank_start]impure[blank_end] it will generally also have a [blank_start]lower[blank_end] melting point and a [blank_start]higher[blank_end] boiling point.
Answer
  • at specific
  • over a range of
  • pure
  • impure
  • lower
  • higher

Question 7

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A pure substance is either a single element, or compound, that is not mixed with any other substance.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

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If the red spot moved 7 cm, and the solvent moved 9 cm, then what is the Rf value of the red spot? (give answer to 2 d.p.) [blank_start]0.78[blank_end]
Answer
  • 0.78
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