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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS

International General Certificate of Secondary Education


CHEMISTRY

0620/01

Paper 1 Multiple Choice

May/June 2005
45 minutes

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Multiple Choice Answer Sheet


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Write your name, Centre number and candidate number on the answer sheet in the spaces provided unless
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There are forty questions on this paper. Answer all questions.
For each question there are four possible answers A, B, C and D. Choose the one you consider correct and
record your choice in soft pencil on the separate answer sheet.
Read the instructions on the answer sheet very carefully.
Each correct answer will score one mark. A mark will not be deducted for a wrong answer.
Any rough working should be done in this booklet.
A copy of the Periodic Table is printed on page 16.
You may use a calculator.

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In which of the following are the particles arranged in a regular pattern?


A

a gas

a liquid

a metal

a solution
3

A student mixes 25 cm samples of dilute hydrochloric acid with different volumes of aqueous
sodium hydroxide. Each time, the student measures the change in temperature to test if the
reaction is exothermic.
Which piece of apparatus is not needed?

burette

clock

pipette

thermometer

In an experiment, a student needs to measure out 36.50 cm of a solution.


Which piece of apparatus would measure this volume most accurately?
A

beaker

burette

measuring cylinder

pipette

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4

Two isotopes of helium are

3
2He

and

4
2 He

Which two diagrams show the arrangement of particles in these two isotopes?
3
He
2

4
2 He

e e

e e

2 p
1 n

2 p
2 n

key
e
e

e electron
p proton
n neutron

e e
1 p
2 n

nucleus

e e
2 p
2 n

e e

e e

2 p
1 n

2 p
2 n

e e

e e

3 p

4 p

e
e

Which row gives the outer electronic shell of fluorine and of neon?
9F

10Ne

AB C

10

10

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The electronic configuration of an ion is 2.8.8.


What could this ion be?
2

AB C
D

2+

Ca

The lead in a pencil is made of a mixture of graphite and clay.

lead

If the percentage of graphite is increased, the pencil slides across the paper more easily.
Why is this?

Graphite conducts electricity.

Graphite is a form of carbon.

Graphite is a lubricant.

Graphite is a non-metal.

Which statement about gaseous hydrogen chloride and solid potassium chloride is correct?
A

Hydrogen chloride is covalent but potassium chloride is ionic.

Hydrogen chloride is ionic but potassium chloride is covalent.

They are both covalent compounds.

They are both ionic compounds.

Which two elements form an alloy when they are heated together?
A

chlorine and hydrogen

chlorine and zinc

copper and hydrogen

copper and zinc

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10 For which compound is the formula correct?
compound

formula

AB C

ammonia carbon

NH4

monoxide iron(III)

CO2

oxide

Fe3O2

zinc hydroxide

Zn(OH)2

11 At which stage in the manufacture of magnesium from sea-water can electrolysis be used?
stage A
sea water

stage B
solid
magnesium
hydroxide

stage C
solid
magnesium
chloride

stage D
molten
magnesium
chloride

molten
magnesium
metal

12 Metallic and non-metallic elements can both be extracted by electrolysis.


Which element is produced at the negative electrode (cathode)?
A

bromine

chlorine

hydrogen

oxygen

13 Which product is manufactured by electrolysis?


A

aluminium

copper(II) sulphate

sodium chloride

steel

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14 Which diagrams show a process in which an exothermic change is taking place?
1

rocket

ice

sodium

water

1 and 2 only

1 and 3 only

2 and 3 only

1, 2 and 3

15 Are hydrogen and uranium oxidised when used as a source of energy?

AB C
D

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16 A liquid X reacts with solid Y to form a gas.
Which two diagrams show suitable methods for investigating the speed of the reaction?
1

2
cotton wool

cotton wool

X
Y

X
Y
balance

4
stopper

stopper

X
Y

X
Y

balance
A

1 and 3

1 and 4

2 and 3

2 and 4

17 In different experiments, 2 g of marble are added to 10 cm of hydrochloric acid.


In which tube is the reaction fastest?
A

hot
hydrochloric
acid

marble chips

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cold
hydrochloric
acid

powdered marble

marble chips

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18 What is the colour of liquid bromine and of the aqueous bromide ion?
bromine

bromide ion

AB C

red-brown

red-brown

red-brown

colourless

yellow-green

yellow-green

yellow-green

colourless

19 Which property does hydrochloric acid have?


A

It gives a pale blue precipitate with aqueous copper(II) sulphate.

It gives a white precipitate with aqueous barium nitrate.

It releases ammonia from aqueous ammonium sulphate.

It releases hydrogen with zinc powder.

20 Hydrochloric acid is used to clean a metal surface by removing the oxide layer on the metal.
This is because hydrochloric acid has a ..X.. pH and the metal oxide is ..Y..
What are X and Y?
X

AB C

high

acidic

high

basic

low

acidic

low

basic

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21 The apparatus shown can be used to prepare aqueous copper(II) sulphate.
filter paper
stirrer

excess of solid X

solid X
aqueous
copper(II)
sulphate

aqueous Y
heat
What are substances X and Y?
substance X

substance Y

AB C

copper copper(II)

iron(II) sulphate

chloride copper(II)

sulphuric acid

oxide

sulphuric acid

sulphur

copper(II) chloride

22 In the experiment shown, the dilute sulphuric acid is run into the flask of aqueous barium
hydroxide until the reaction is complete.

dilute
sulphuric
acid

aqueous
barium
hydroxide
Which processes occur in this reaction?

AB C
D

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23 The chemical properties of an element depend mainly on the number of
A

electrons in the innermost shell.

electrons in the outermost shell.

fully occupied shells of electrons.

partly occupied shells of electrons.

24 An element X is in Group III of the Periodic Table.


Which property of X can be predicted from this fact?
A

the charge on an ion of X

the colour of the ion of X

the melting point of X

the relative atomic mass, Ar, of X

25 The table compares the properties of Group I elements with those of transition elements.
Which entry in the table is correct?
property

Group I elements

transition elements

AB C

catalytic activity

low

high

density

high

low

electrical conductivity

low

high

melting point

high

low

26 Caesium is near the bottom of Group I of the Periodic Table.


What is the correct description of caesium?
state at room
temperature

reaction with
cold water

AB C

liquid

reacts quickly

liquid

reacts slowly

solid

reacts quickly

solid

reacts slowly

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27 Mild steel is an alloy of iron and carbon.
How does the carbon affect the properties of mild steel?
A

The carbon makes the alloy a better conductor of electricity than iron.

The carbon makes the alloy harder than the iron.

The carbon makes the alloy softer than the iron.

The carbon stops the iron rusting.

28 Which metal reacts quickly with cold water only when it is finely powdered?
A

calcium

copper

sodium

magnesium

29 Which of the oxides CaO, CuO and Na2O can be reduced by heating with carbon?
A

CaO

only

CuO

only

Na2O only

CaO, CuO and Na2O

30 Three stages in making steel from iron ore are listed.


X

carbon dioxide reacts with carbon

basic oxides and oxygen are added

hematite is reduced

In which order do these stages occur?


A

XYZ

XZY

YXZ

ZYX

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31 The diagram shows ethanol burning inside a sealed jar.

jar

air

ethanol

The mass of one gas in the jar does not change.


Which gas is this?
A

carbon dioxide

nitrogen

oxygen

water vapour

32 Which methods prevent rusting of iron?

AB C
D

coating
with zinc

painting

washing with
distilled water

33 Which processes do not use oxygen?

1 only

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heating a room with an electric fire

welding apparatus

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34 The presence of nitrates in soil can be shown by warming the soil with aqueous sodium
hydroxide and aluminium foil.
Which gas is given off?
A

ammonia

carbon dioxide

nitrogen

nitrogen dioxide

35 Dolomite is a rock that contains magnesium carbonate.


A piece of dolomite is heated strongly in air.
Which word equation correctly describes the reaction that takes place?
A

magnesium carbonate + water magnesium hydroxide + carbon dioxide

magnesium carbonate + oxygen magnesium oxide + carbon dioxide + water

magnesium carbonate + oxygen magnesium oxide + water

magnesium carbonate magnesium oxide + carbon dioxide

36 Which two compounds have molecules in which there is a double bond?


A

ethane and ethanoic acid

ethane and ethanol

ethene and ethanoic acid

ethene and ethanol

37 Which substance is found in crude oil?


A

bitumen

ethanol

ethanoic acid

poly(ethene)

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38 Which statement about a family of organic compounds describes an homologous series?
All compounds in the family have the same
A

functional group.

physical properties.

relative molecular mass.

structural formula.

39 Which column describes ethane and which column describes ethene?


hydrocarbon
1

gas

gas

liquid

liquid

reaction with oxygen

burns

burns

burns

burns

reaction with aqueous


bromine

no reaction

decolourises
bromine

no reaction

decolourises
bromine

state at room temperature

1 (ethane) and 2 (ethene)

1 (ethane) and 3 (ethene)

2 (ethene) and 3 (ethane)

3 (ethane) and 4 (ethene)

40 Which of the products C12H24 and H2 could be formed by cracking dodecane, C12H26?

AB C
D

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DATA SHEET
The Periodic Table of the Elements
Group
I

III

II

IV

VI

VII

He

Hydrogen

Helium

1
7

11

12

14

16

19

20

Li

Be

Ne

Lithium

Beryllium

Boron

23

24

Na

Mg

Sodium

Magnesium

11

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Fluorine

Neon

10

27

28

31

32

35.5

40

Al

Si

Cl

Ar

Aluminium

12

Carbon

13

Silicon

14

Phosphorus

Sulphur

16

15

Chlorine

17

Argon

18

39

40

45

48

51

52

55

56

59

59

64

65

70

73

75

79

80

84

Ca

Sc

Ti

Cr

Mn

Fe

Co

Ni

Cu

Zn

Ga

Ge

As

Se

Br

Kr

Potassium

Calcium

19

20
85

Scandium

Titanium

21
88

22
89

Vanadium

23
91

Chromium

24
93

Manganese

25

Iron

26

96

Cobalt

27
101

Nickel

28
103

Copper

29

Zinc

30

106

108

Gallium

31
112

Germanium

32

Arsenic

33

115

119

Selenium

34
122

Bromine

35

Krypton

36
127

128

131

Rb

Sr

Zr

Nb

Mo

Tc

Ru

Rh

Pd

Ag

Cd

In

Sn

Sb

Te

Xe

Rubidium

Strontium

Yttrium

Zirconium

Niobium

Molybdenum

Technetium

Ruthenium

Rhodium

Palladium

Silver

Cadmium

Indium

Tin

Antimony

Tellurium

Iodine

Xenon

37

38
133

39

40
139

137

41
178

42
181

43
184

44
186

45

46
192

190

47

48

195

197

Cs

Ba

La

Hf

Ta

Re

Os

Ir

Pt

Au

Hg

Caesium

Barium

Lanthanum

Hafnium

Tantalum

Tungsten

Rhenium

Osmium

Iridium

Platinum

Gold

Mercury

55

56

57
226

Fr

Ra

Ac

Radium

Actinium

88

73

74

140

141

144

Ce

Pr

Nd

Cerium

Key

X
b

76

78

77

79

80

52

54

53

207

Tl

Pb

Bi

Po

At

Rn

Lead

Bismuth

Polonium

Astatine

Radon

Thallium

81

82

209

83

84

85

86

89

*58-71 Lanthanoid series


90-103 Actinoid series
a

75

51

204

227

Francium

87

72

50

49
201

58

a = relative atomic mass

Neodymium

60

232

X = atomic symbol
b = proton (atomic) number

Praseodymium

59

90

Pm
Promethium

61

150

152

157

159

162

165

167

169

173

175

Sm

Eu

Gd

Tb

Dy

Ho

Er

Tm

Yb

Lu

Samarium

62

Europium

63

Gadolinium

64

Terbium

65

Dysprosium

66

Holmium

67

Erbium

68

Thulium

69

Ytterbium

70

Lutetium

71

238

Th

Pa

Np

Pu

Am

Cm

Bk

Cf

Es

Fm

Md

No

Lr

Thorium

Protactinium

Uranium

Neptunium

Plutonium

Americium

Curium

Berkelium

Californium

Einsteinium

Fermium

Mendelevium

Nobelium

Lawrencium

91

92

93

94

95

96

97

98

99

The volume of one mole of any gas is 24 dm3 at room temperature and pressure (r.t.p.).

100

101

102

103

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