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Question 1

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1. On analysis, a compound with molar mass 60 gmol-1 was found to contain 12g of carbon, 2g of hydrogen and 16 g of oxygen. What is the molecular formula for the compound?
Answer
  • A. CH2O
  • B. CH4O
  • C. C2H4O
  • D. C2H4O2

Question 2

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2. 300 cm3 of water are added to a solution of 200 cm3 of 0.5 moldm-3 sodium chloride. What is the concentration of sodium chloride in the new solution?
Answer
  • A. 0.05 moldm-3
  • B. 0.1 moldm-3
  • C. 0.2 moldm-3
  • D. 0.3 moldm-3

Question 3

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3. Which statement about the species 63Cu2+ and 65Cu+ is correct?
Answer
  • A. Both species have the same number of protons.
  • B. Both species have the same number of electrons.
  • C. Both species have the same number of neutrons.
  • D. Both species have the same electron arrangement.

Question 4

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4. Which statements about the periodic table are correct? I. The elements Mg, Ca and Sr have similar chemical properties. II. Elements in the same period have the same number of main energy levels. III. The oxides of Na, Mg and P are basic.
Answer
  • A. I and II only.
  • B. I and III only.
  • C. II and III only.
  • D. I, II, and III

Question 5

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5. In which complexes does iron have an oxidation number of +3? I. [Fe(H2O)6]3+ II. [Fe(H2O)5(CN)]2+ III. [Fe(CN)6]3-
Answer
  • A. I and II only.
  • B. I and III only.
  • C. II and III only.
  • D. I, II and III.

Question 6

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6. Which species contain a dative covalent bond? I. HCHO II. CO III. H3O+
Answer
  • A. I and II only.
  • B. I and III only.
  • C. II and III only.
  • D. I, II and III

Question 7

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7. Which substance is made up of a lattice of positive ions and free-moving electrons?
Answer
  • A. Graphite
  • B. Sodium chloride
  • C. Sulfur
  • D. Sodium

Question 8

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8. Which species have delocalized electrons? I. (CO3)2- II. O3 III. HCOOH
Answer
  • A. I and II only
  • B. I and III only
  • C. II and III only
  • D. I, II and III

Question 9

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9. Identical pieces of magnesium are added to two beakers, A and B, containing hydrochloric acid. Both acids have the same initial temperature but their volumes and concentrations differ. A - 100cm3 of 1.0moldm-3 HCl B - 200cm3 of 0.50moldm-3 HCl Which statement is correct?
Answer
  • A. The maximum temperature in A will be higher than in B.
  • B. The maximum temperature in A and B will be equal.
  • C. It is not possible to predict whether A or B will have the higher maximum temperature.
  • D. The temperature in A and B will increase at the same rate.

Question 10

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10. Which is a correct definition of lattice enthalpy?
Answer
  • A. It is the enthalpy change that occurs when an electron is removed from 1 mol of gaseous atoms.
  • B. It is the enthalpy change that occurs when 1 mol of a compound is formed from its elements.
  • C. It is the enthalpy change that occurs when 1 mol of solid crystal changes into a liquid.
  • D. It is the enthalpy change that occurs when 1 mol of solid crystal is formed from its gaseous ions.

Question 11

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12. Which molecule has an octahedral shape?
Answer
  • A. SF6
  • B. PCl5
  • C. XeF4
  • D. BF3

Question 12

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11. Calcium carbonate decomposes on heating as shown below: CaCO3 --> CaO + CO2 When 50 g of calcium carbonate are decomposed, 7 g of calcium oxide are formed. What is the percentage yield of calcium oxide?
Answer
  • A. 7%
  • B. 25%
  • C. 50%
  • D. 75%

Question 13

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13. Which compound dissolved in water to form a solution that does NOT conduct electricity?
Answer
  • A. HCl
  • B. NaCl
  • C. CH3CH2OH
  • D. CH3COOH

Question 14

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14. What intermolecular forces are present in gaseous hydrogen?
Answer
  • A. Hydrogen bonds
  • B. Covalent bonds
  • C. Dipole-dipole attractions
  • D. Van der Waals' forces

Question 15

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15. What is the shape of the species ICl4-?
Answer
  • A. Pyramidal
  • B. Square Planar
  • C. Tetrahedral
  • D. Octahedral

Question 16

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16. Which are characteristics of ions in ionic compound with a large lattice enthalpy value?
Answer
  • A. Large ionic radius and high ionic charge.
  • B. Small ionic radius and low ionic charge.
  • C. Large ionic radius and low ionic charge.
  • D. Small ionic radius and high ionic charge.

Question 17

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17. Which species reacts most readily with propane?
Answer
  • A. Br2
  • B. Br•
  • C. Br-
  • D. Br+

Question 18

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18. Which species is a free radical?
Answer
  • A. •CH3
  • B. +CH3
  • C. -CH3
  • D. :CH3

Question 19

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19. Which pair of compounds can be used to prepare CH3COOCH3?
Answer
  • A. Ethanol and methanoic acid
  • B. Methanol and ethanoic acid
  • C. Ethanol and ethanoic acid.
  • D. Methanol and methanoic acid

Question 20

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20. Which can be made in one step from a primary alcohol? I. An aldehyde. II. An alkene III. A ketone
Answer
  • A. I and II only
  • B. I and III only
  • C. II and III only
  • D. I, II and III

Question 21

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21. Which process can produce a polyester?
Answer
  • A. Addition polymerization of a dicarboxylic acid.
  • B. Condensation polymerization of a diol and a dicarboxylic acid.
  • C. Addition polymerization of a diol and dicarboxylic acid.
  • D. Condensation polymerization of a dicarboxylic acid.

Question 22

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22. Which statement about stereoisomers is correct?
Answer
  • A. 1,2-dichloroethane has two geometrical isomers.
  • B. 1,2-dichloroethane has two optical isomers.
  • C. 1,2-dichloroethene has two geometrical isomers.
  • D. 1,2-dichloroethene has two optical isomers.