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Class: _________ Date: __________

Multiple-Choice Questions

1. Which of the following pairs is incorrect?

Property S.I. unit

A Temperature C
B Mass kg
C Time s
D Volume m3
( )

2. A beaker, pipette, measuring cylinder and a burette are common pieces of

laboratory apparatus that are used to measure volumes of liquids. Which of the
following lists the apparatus in order of increasing accuracy for measuring a
fixed volume of liquid?

A Beaker, measuring cylinder, pipette, burette

B Measuring cylinder, beaker, pipette, burette
C Burette, beaker, pipette, measuring cylinder
D Pipette, burette, measuring cylinder, beaker ( )

3. When using a data logger, which is the correct order for the collection and
interpretation of experimental results?

A Data storage → data capture → data analysis

B Data capture → data storage → data analysis
C Data analysis → data storage → data capture
D Data capture → data analysis → data storage ( )

4. Which of the following does not have an equal volume as the rest?

A 1 litre
B 1000 cm3
C 1 dm3
D 1 m3 ( )
5. A stone was dropped into a measuring cylinder which contained 50 cm of
water. The resulting volume is shown in the diagram below. What is the volume
of the stone?

A 34 cm3 B 46 cm3
C 84 cm3 D 96 cm3 ( )

6. Which of these gases cannot be collected by displacement of water?

A Ammonia
B Carbon dioxide
C Hydrogen
D Oxygen ( )

7. An empty crucible was weighed on an electronic balance. Then a piece of

magnesium ribbon was added to the crucible and it was reweighed. The
crucible was heated strongly so that all the magnesium changed into
magnesium oxide, and the crucible was reweighed. The three readings on the
balance are shown below.

Mass of crucible/g 15.68

Mass of crucible and magnesium/g 15.80
Mass of crucible and magnesium 15.88

Which of the following statements is true about the experiment?

A The mass of magnesium used is 0.20 g.

B The mass of magnesium used is 0.08 g.
C The mass of magnesium oxide formed is 0.20 g.
D The mass of magnesium oxide formed is 0.08 g. ( )

8. Which of the following pairs is correct?

Apparatus Accuracy
A Electronic balance ± 0.1 g
B Digital stopwatch ± 0.1 s
C Burette ± 0.5 cm3
D Mercury thermometer 2 ± 0.5ºC

9. Gas A is less dense than air. How can it be collected if it is very soluble in

A Displacement of water
B Downward delivery
C Upward delivery
D None of the above ( )

10. Which of the following is a drying agent?

A Dilute sulfuric acid

B Fused calcium carbonate
C Fused calcium chloride
D Limestone ( )

Structured Questions

1. The following apparatus can be used to measure volume.

pipette burette measuring cylinder gas syringe

Which apparatus would be suitable to

(a) collect 50 cm3 of oxygen gas;

(b) add 20.40 cm3 of a liquid to a beaker;

(c) measure exactly 25.0 cm3 of aqueous alkali;

(d) measure approximately 100 cm3 of water?

2. A student set up the apparatus shown to collect a dry sample of hydrogen gas
but was not successful.

hydrogen gas

concentrated sulfuric acid

(a) State three things that the student can do to correct the set-up.

(b) The student corrected the above set-up based on your answer in (a). Can
a dry sample of ammonia be collected using this set-up? Explain your

3. Draw a labelled diagram to show how you would collect and measure the
volume of carbon dioxide given off by the reaction between 25.0 cm 3 of dilute
hydrochloric acid and 10 g of calcium carbonate (limestone) chips.

(a) What apparatus would you use to measure the volume of 25.0 cm 3 of
hydrochloric acid and the mass of 10 g of limestone chips?



(b) If the experiment is to be repeated to find if temperature has any effect on

the volume of carbon dioxide given off, what variables must be kept
constant in order to have a fair comparison?