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2011 spm exam tips for Chemistry

PAPER 2
SECTION A
Question 1: Form 4 (Chapter 2 &4) Melting/ freezing process Period 3 and transition elements (Explain all physical properties: size, electronegativity, density, oxide properties) Question 2 : Form 4(Chapter 6) Voltaic cell/ Daniell cell & Electrolytic cell (half equation, colour and anod/ cathode) Question 3 : Form 4 (Chapter 7) The role of water showing the properties of acids (HCL in water and HCL in organics solvent) Prepared standard solution and dilution experiment and calculation Question 4: Form 5 (Chapter 3) U-tube (Oxidising agent: KmnO4, K2Cr2O7, Br2, Cl2)(Reducing agent: FeSO4, KI) (equation, colour changes, negative terminal) Displacement of halides (Half equation) ( testing of Br2, Cl2 and I2) Question 5: Form 5 (Chapter 1) Rate of reaction (TSA, Temp, Concentration and catalyst)(Graph, calculation of mole, volume and mas, explain by using collision theory) Question 6 : form 5 ( Chapter 4) Heat of the disement and heat of precipitation (calculation and energy level diagram)

SECTION B
Question 7- Essay: Form 4 (Chapter 9)& Form 5 (Chapter 5) N9 2011 1 Contact process, Haber process (All equation,condition and catalyst) Kedah 2011 2 Compare pure metal and alloy (Draw the structure of allot-bronze, explanation and uses 3 Soap and detergent (compare soap and detergent, cleansing process) Question 8- Essay: Form 4 (Chapter 3)& Form 4 (Chapter 5) Kedah 2011 1 Empirical formula experiment Melaka 2 Covalent bond and ionic bond (draw and explain) Johor Sarawak Extra essay Form 5 (Chapter 3) Explain the formation of rust Sacrificial method to prevent rusting

SECTION C
Question 9- Essay: Form 4 (Chapter 8) Melaka 2011 1 Testing of cation and anion N9 Experiment : Prepare soluble salt Pahang (prepare copper (II) nitrate by mixing and acid with a metal oxide) Question 10- Essay: Form 5 (Chapter 2)

Johor, SBP 2011 Trengganu, Sarawak, Pahang 2011

Alkene, alkane, alcohol, carboxyclic acid and ester (esterification, dehydration, bromination Experiment: To differentiate between hexane and hexene

PAPER 3
SECTION A : (Observation, all variables, hypothesis, construct table, take reading)

FORM 4 : CHAPTER 5 Kelantan 2011 FORM 4 : CHAPTER 6 Penang, Kedah, SBP 2011 FORM 4 : CHAPTER 7 Johor 2011 FORM 4 : CHAPTER 8 Kelantan , SBP 2011 FORM 4 : CHAPTER 9 Perlis 2011 FORM 5 : CHAPTER 1 Penang, Johor 2011 FORM 5 : CHAPTER 4 Kedah 2011 Pahang, Treng, Melaka SECTION B : (PRACTICAL) FORM 4 : CHAPTER 5 N9 2011 1

Ionic compound and covalent compound Voltaic cell Titration Construct ionic equation by continuous variation method Alloy Rate of reaction Reactivity of metal towards oxygen Rusting of iron

To compare the conductivity of ionic compound and covalent compound

FORM 4 : CHAPTER 6 Kelantan 2 To investigate the types of electrode/anode affect the choice of ions to be discharged. 2011 Johor , Treng 3 To investigate the pairs of metal affect the voltage/ potential difference 2011 FORM 5 : CHAPTER 2 Melaka 4 To investigate the effect of the acid and alkali on the coagulation of latex 2011: FORM 5 : CHAPTER 3 Pahang 5 To investigate the effect of different metals when in contact with iron on rusting of iron 2011: Sarawak 6 To investigate the reactivity of metals towards oxygen 2011: KL 2011: 7 To determine the position of carbon in the reactivity series of metals FORM 5 : CHAPTER 4 Perlis, 8 To compare the heat of neutralisation between strong acid and strong alkali with heat

Penang 2011 SBP 2011 9

of neutralisation between weak acid and strong alkali To compare the heat of combustion of different alcohols

List of Experiments - Paper 2: Section C


[ Materials, labelled diagram, procedure, table with observation, calculation] Form 4: Chapter 3 1. To determine the empirical formula of copper (II) oxide 2. To determine the empirical formula of magnesium oxide Form 4 : Chapter 6 3. Electroplating of key/iron spoon with copper metal 4. Purification of metals Form 4 : Chapter 7 5. To prepare standard solution 6. Titration of neutralisation Form 4 : Chapter 8 7. To prepare copper (II) nitrate by mixing and acid with a metal oxide 8. To prepare insoluble salts by precipitation method (barium sulphate) 9. Testing of cation and anion Form 5 : Chapter 2 10. To differentiate between hexane and hexene 11. Dehydration of alcohol 12. To prepare ester 13. Vulcanisation of rubber Form 5 : Chapter 3 14. U tube experiment 15. To determine the position of carbon in the reactivity series of metals Form 5 : Chapter 4 16. To determine the heat of displacement 17. To determine the heat of combustion

List of Experiments - Paper 3: Section B


Form 4: Chapter 4 1. To investigate the chemical properties of Group 1 elements with oxygen Form 4: Chapter 5 2. To investigate the electrical conductivity of ionic compound and covalent compound. Form 4: Chapter 6 3. To investigate the effect the types of electrodes on the products of electrolysis 4. To construct the electrochemical series based on the potential difference between two metals Form 4: Chapter 9 5. To compare the hardness of pure metal and alloy Form 5 : Chapter 3 6. To investigate the effect of different metals when in contact with iron to the rusting of iron. 7. To determine the position of carbon in the reactivity series of metals Form 5 : Chapter 4 8. To compare the heat of neutralisation between strong acid and strong alkali with heat of neutralisation between weak acid and strong alkali 9. To compare the heat of combustion of different alcohols