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## CEMERLANG STUDI SECONDARY SCHOOL

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Integrated Curriculum for Secondary School (ICSS)
YEAR END PERFORMANCE TEST 2016/4
CHEMISTRY PAPER 2
FORM 4
2 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES
DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST PAPER UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO
1. This test paper written in English Language.
2. This paper consists of 3 sections: Section A, Section B and
Section C.
3. Do all question in Section A. Choose one question from Section B
and Section C.
4. Answer the questions of Section A in the spaces provided,
Section B and Section D write in test paper given.
5. Send this paper to the examiners at the end of the examination.

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## Section A (60 marks)

1. Diagram 1 shows the set-up of an experiment carried out to determine the
freezing point of the substance P. The temperature of substance P is
recorded at 30-minutes intervals.

Diagram 1
Table 1 shows the temperature reading of substance P as it is cooled.
Time/s

30

60

Temperature/oC

14
0

135 12
8

90
12
2
Table 1

12
0
12
2

150 18
0
122 118

21 240 270
0
110 100 95

## (a) What is the function of empty beaker?

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(1 mark)
(b) Plot a graph of temperature against time for the cooling of substance P.
The graph paper is on page 3.
(3 marks)
(c) Label the graph, the freezing point of substance P.
(1 mark)
(d) What is the physical state of substance P at
(i)

60 seconds? ________________________________________

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(ii)

## 120 seconds? _______________________________________

(2 marks)
Graph t against s

(e) Explain why the temperature remains constant from 90 seconds to 150
seconds.
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(f) Sketch a heating curve of substance P when a sample of solid P is
heated.

(2 marks)

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## 2. A liquid hydrocarbon X contains 85.7% carbon according to mass, 0.02

mol of hydrocarbon X has a mass of 1.68g.
[Relative atomic mass: H=1, C=12]
(a) Define what is hydrocarbon.
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(1 mark)
(b) Determine the empirical formula of X.

(2 marks)
(c) Determine the relative molecular mass of hydrocarbon X.

(2 marks)
(d) Determine the molecular formula of hydrocarbon X.

(2 marks)
(e) When hydrocarbon X is burned in air, it produce carbon dioxide and
water.
(i)

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(1 mark)
(ii)

## Calculate the volume of carbon dioxide gas formed at room

temperature and pressure when 4.2g of hydrocarbon X is
burned.
[1 mol of gas occupies a volume of 24 dm3 at room temperature
and pressure]

(2 marks)

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3. Table 3 shows six elements P, Q, R, S, T and U. These letters are not the
actual symbol of the element.
12
6

Element

16
8

19
9

20
10

23
11

27
13

Electron arrangement
Table 3
(a) Write the electron arrangement of all elements in Table 3.
(1 mark)
(b) Which element does not form compounds with other elements?
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(1 mark)
(c) Write the formula of the compound formed between the elements
shown below. State whether the compound formed is a covalent or the
ionic compound.
(i)

P and R: ___________________________________________
(1 mark)

(ii)

T and Q: ___________________________________________
(1 mark)

(d) U and Q form a compound. Determine the relative formula mass of this
compound.

(2 marks)

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(i)

P and Q

(2 marks)
(ii)

T and R

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## 4. In an experiment, 25.0 cm3 of potassium hydroxide solution is titrated with

a standard solution of nitric acid with concentration of 2.0 mol dm -3.
Diagram 4 shows the burette reading before and after the end of titration.

Diagram 4
(a) Explain the meaning of:
(i)

standard solution
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(1 mark)

(ii)

end point
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(1 mark)

(b)
(i)

## Name the acid-base indicator used to determine the end point.

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(1 mark)

(ii)

## State the colour change of indicator after experiment.

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(1 mark)

## (c) Name the process.

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(1 mark)

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(d) Calculate the volume of nitric acid needed to neutralize the potassium
hydroxide solution.
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(1 mark)
(e) Write a balanced equation for the reaction between nitric acid and
potassium hydroxide.
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(1 mark)
(f) Calculate the concentration of potassium hydroxide solution in
mol dm-3.

(2 marks)
(g) Calculate the mass of potassium hydroxide contained in 25 cm3 of
potassium hydroxide solution.
[Relative atomic mass: H=1, O=16, K=39]

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## 5. Diagram 5 shows the apparatus set-up prepared by a student to

electroplate an iron spoon with silver metal using the electrolyte method.

Diagram 5
(a)
(i)

## State the mistake in the apparatus set-up prepared by the

student.
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(1 mark)

(ii)

## What alteration must be done to the apparatus set-up before the

experiments can be successfully carried out?
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(1 mark)

## (b) Name a chemical which can be used as an electrolyte.

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(1 mark)
(c) After correcting the apparatus set-up, electric current is passed into the
solution. Write the half equation for the reaction that occurs at the:
(i)

anode: _____________________________________________
(1 mark)

(ii)

cathode: ___________________________________________
(1 mark)

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## (d) State two precautions that must be taken so as to obtain neatly

electroplated spoon.
(i)

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(ii)

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(2 marks)

## (e) State one reason for electroplating the iron spoon.

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(1 mark)
(f) State one other use of electrolyte besides electroplating.
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## 6. Diagram 6 shows a portion of the Periodic Table with element P W.

Diagram 6
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(2 marks)
(b)
(i) Which element can be catalyse a chemical reaction?
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(1 mark)
(ii) State other characteristics of this element.
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(1 mark)
(c)
(i) Which element can be reacted with cold water?
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(1 mark)
(ii) Write an equation for the reaction.
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(d) Element U and W have the same chemical properties. Give one
reason.
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(1 mark)
(e) Explain why element U is more reactive than element W.
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(2 marks)
(f) Write the formula of the compound formed between elements
(i) T and W: __________________________________________
(1 mark)
(ii) Q and R: __________________________________________
(1 mark)

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Question 7
(a)

## Diagram 6 shows the chemical symbols which represent three elements, R, S

and T.
These letters are not the actual symbols of the elements.
2

23
11

R3
5

35
17

12
S 4T 1
2

S
1

11

T
4

7
Diagram 7

ii

[1 mark]
[1 mark]
(b)

## Elements R and S is react to form compound Y

i
State the chemical formula of compound Y and show the diagram
formation of compound Y.
ii

[ 3 marks]
Compound Y can conduct electricity in aqueous solution but cannot
in solid state. Explain why.

[ 2 marks]
State two properties of compound Y except electrical conductivity
and give the reason for each properties
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(c)

## Elements S and T is react to form a compound. Describe how the formation of

Chemicals formula of compound
Diagram showing the sharing of electron
(7 marks)

Question 8
Explain the following statements.

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## (a) Oxygen exists as diatomic molecules whereas neon exists as monoatoms.

(5 marks)
(b) The melting point of sodium chloride is higher than that of carbon
tetrachloride.
(6 marks)
(c) A solution of ammonia dissolved in chloroform does not conduct electricity
whereas a solution of dissolves in water does.
(4 marks)
(d) Brass is harder than pure copper metal.
(5 marks)

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Question 9
(a) Describe an experiment to show that chemical energy can be converted to
electrical energy.
(10 marks)
(b) Describe how impure copper can be purified in the laboratory.
(10 marks)

Question 10
(a) With an example each, describe how

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## (i) ionic compound is formed.

(ii) covalent compound is formed.
(14 marks)
(b) State one difference in physical properties of ionic and covalent
(6 marks)

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