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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN AMBROSE 32400 AYER TAWAR, PERAK Nama: Kelas: 3.

INSTRUCTION: Each question in this paper is followed by four possible answers. Choose the best answer from the answers marked A, B, C and D. Setiap soalan mempunyai empat pilihan jawapan. Pilih jawapan yang terbaik daripada jawapan yang ditanda A, B, C, dan D.

1. Which of the following chemicals is not correctly matched with the use? Chemical Use A Ammonia To produce fertilizer B Sulphuric acid To produce detergent C Polyethylene To make plastic bags D Amphetamine As a food preservative 2. Which of the following professions require the knowledge of chemistry? I. Engineer II. Pharmacist III. Architect IV. Doctor A. I and II only B. I and IV only C. I, II and III only D. I, II and IV only 3. Which of the following is not included in the concept of the scientific method? A. Making inference B. Making hypothesis C. Planning an experiment D. Making questions 4. In a scientific method, when should the result be recorded? A. After making a conclusion B. After determining variables C. During the experiment D. Before making hypothesis 5. Which of the following statements regarding the kinetic theory of matter is true? I. Matter is made up of tiny particles II. There are attractive forces between particles III. The movement of particles is affected by heat

IV. A. B. C. D.

Diffusion supports the kinetic theory of matter I and II only II and III only I, II and III only I, II, III and IV

6. Diagram 1 show the graph obtained when M is heated at room temperature.

Diagram 1 Why does the temperature of M remain constant from t1 to t2? A. Heat is absorbed to overcome the forces of attraction between the molecules in the liquid state. B. Heat is absorbed to overcome the forces of attraction between the molecules in the solid state. C. Heat is released when forces of attraction are formed between the molecules in the liquid state. D. Heat is being lost to the surroundings. 7. Which of the following is the correct apparatus set-up for determining the freezing point of naphthalein?

8. Diagram 3 below shows the arrangements of molecules in two different states of matter

Diagram 3 Which of the following is true, based on the diagram shown above? I. II. III. IV. P is solid and Q is liquid Energy is absorbed to change P to Q Sublimation is the process by which P is directly changed to Q Energy is released when Q is changed to P

9. Which of the following compounds exists as a solid at a temperature of 23 C Compound Melting Point C A -80 B 15 C 30 D -25 10. The atomic symbol of element X is 13 X. Which of the following statement about the atom of element X is true A. It has 13 protons, 14 electrons and its electron arrangement is 2.8.4 B. It has 13 neutrons, 14 protons and its electron arrangement is 2.8.3 C. It has 13 protons, 14 electrons and its electron arrangement is 2.8.3 D. It has 14 neutrons, 13 electrons and its electron arrangement is 2.8.3 11. Which of the following statements on the idea of atoms was proposed by John Dalton? A. All matter is composed of atoms B. Atoms can be created and destroyed C. All the atoms of an element are not identical D. The atoms of different elements are same

12. One atom of an element consists of 24 protons, 28 neutrons and 24 electrons. What is the mass number of the element? A. 24 B. 28 C. 48 D. 52 13. Diagram 4 below shows the ions of two elements

Diagram 4 These two ions have the same... A. B. C. D. Nucleon number. Number of protons. Number of neutrons. Number of electrons.

14. An ion of G3+ contains 30 neutrons and 23 electrons. What are the proton number and nucleon number of G? Proton number Nucleon number A 23 30 B 23 53 C 26 56 D 56 23 15. Which of the following is a use of the cobalt-60 isotope? A. To generate nuclear energy B. To determine the age of archeological artifacts C. To kill cancer cells D. To detects leaks in pipes 16. Which of the following isotopes is incorrectly matched with the use? Isotope Use A Cobalt-60 To kill cancer cells B Carbon-14 To estimate the age of bones C Phosphorus-32 To detect leaks in pipes D Iodine-131 To treat thyroid patients

17. Diagram 7 below shows the symbols for two elements. The letters used are not the actual symbols of the elements.

Diagram 7 Which of the following about X and Y is true? A. B. C. D. The electron arrangement is 2.8.8.2 Element X is more reactive than element Y Element X is very stable Element Y has two valence electrons

18. Diagram 8 below shows the electron structures of element M.

Diagram 8 Which of the following about the element is true? I. II. III. IV. A. B. C. D. It has electron arrangement of 2.8.8.1 It has 4 electron shells It has 19 electrons Very stable I and II only I and III only I, II, and III only I, II, III and IV only

19. A compound with a formula X2S has a relative molecular mass of 144. What is the relative atomic mass of X? [Relative atomic mass: S = 32] A. 80 B. 28 C. 40 D. 56 20. Adrenaline is produced by the adrenal glands. What is the percentage by mass of carbon in adrenaline with the formula C9H13NO3? [Relative atomic mass: C = 12; N = 14; H = 1; O = 16] A. 5.6%

B. 7.6% C. 26.2% D. 59.0% 21. Calculate the number of atoms in 0.56 g of iron. [Relative atomic mass: Fe = 56; Avogadro constant = 6.02 X 1023] A. 7.5 X 1023 B. 6.0 X 1021 C. 7.5 X 1021 D. 4.5 X 1023 22. What is the number of moles in 1.2 1023 molecules of ammonia? [Avogadro constant = 6.02 X 1023; Relative atomic mass: N = 14; H = 1] A. 0.1 mole B. 0.2 mole C. 0.3 mole D. 0.4 mole 23. 2NaHCO3(s) Na2CO3(s) + CO2(g) + H2O (l) The above equation shows the decomposition of sodium hydrogen carbonate on heating. If 6.4 g of sodium carbonate produced, calculate the mass of sodium hydrogen carbonate used. [Relative atomic mass: C = 12; O = 16; Na = 23; H = 1] A. 4 g B. 6 g C. 8 g D. 10 g

24. The equation below represents the reaction which occurs when aluminium is extracted from aluminium oxide. 2Al2O3 (s) 4Al (s) + 3O2 (g) Calculate the mass of aluminium that can be extracted from 160 g of aluminium oxide. [Relative atomic mass: O = 16; Al = 27] A. 84.7 g B. 95.0 g C. 90.5 g D. 150.0 g 25. The equation below represents the decomposition of copper(II) carbonate. CuCO3 CuO + CO2 What is the mass of copper(II) oxide produced when 124 g of copper(II) carbonate are decomposed completely? [Relative atomic mass: O = 16; Cu = 64; C = 12] A. 8.0 g B. 12.4 g C. 78.0 g

D. 80 g 26. Copper (II) carbonate decomposes as shown in the equation: CuCO3 CuO + CO2 If 24.8 g of copper(II) carbonate are used, what is the volume of carbon dioxide produced at STP? [Relative atomic mass: O = 16; Cu = 64; C = 12; Molar volume: 22.4 dm3 mol-1 at STP] A. 5.24 dm3 B. 2.24 dm3 C. 3.48 dm3 D. 4.48 dm3 27. Zinc reacts with hydrochloric acid as shown in the following equation: Zn (s) + 2HCl (aq) ZnCl2 (aq) + H2 (g) If 4 g of zinc react with an excess of hydrochloric acid, what is the volume of hydrogen gas produced at room temperature? [Relative atomic mass: Zn = 65; Molar Volume: 24 dm3 mol-1 at room temperature] A. 1.24 dm3 B. 1.30 dm3 C. 1.48 dm3 D. 2.43 dm3 28. 5.4 g of element X react with 4.8 grams of oxygen to form an oxide with an empirical formula of X2O3. Calculate the relative atomic mass of X. [Relative atomic mass: O = 16] A. 56 B. 52 C. 31 D. 27 29. The empirical formula of a compound is CH3. Its relative molecular mass is 30. Find its molecular formula. [Relative atomic mass: C = 12; H = 1] A. C2H B. C2H4 C. CH2 D. C2H6 30. 0.648 g of metal X react completely with oxygen, 1.224 g of the oxide of metal X are formed during the reaction. What is the empirical formula of the oxide of metal X?[RAM X = 27, O = 16] A. XO B. X2O C. XO2

D. X2O2 31. Which of the following electron arrangements has three valence electrons? A 2.8.2 B 2.8.3 C 2.8.7 D 2.8.4 32. Potassium, K has 19 proton numbers. Which is the correct electron arrangement for potassium? A 2.8.8.1 B 2.8.8.2 C 2.8.1 D 2.8.2 33. A sample of iron oxide contains 5.6 g of iron and 2.4 g of oxygen. What is the empirical formula of this compound?
[RAM: O = 16, Fe = 56]

A B C D

Fe304 Fe203 FeO2 FeO

34. The following chemical equation shows the reaction between iron and chlorine 2Fe + 3C12 2FeCl3 1.12 g of iron burns completely in chlorine. What is the mass of the product?
[RAM: Cl = 35.5, Fe = 56]

A 0.38 g C 4.88 g

B 3.25 g D 6.50 g

35. Table 1 shows the proton numbers of four elements represented by alphabets W, X, Y and Z Element W X Y Z Proton number 5 9 15 17 Table 1 Which of the following pairs of elements has the same chemical properties? A. W and X B. W and Y C. X and Z D. Y and Z 36. Which of the following is the proton number of a noble gas? A. 4 B. 8 C. 18 D. 20

37. Sodium, potassium and rubidium are the elements of Group 1 of the Periodic Table. The atomic size of these elements will increase in order of A. Sodium, potassium, rubidium B. Potassium, rubidium, sodium C. Rubidium, sodium, potassium D. Rubidium, potassium, sodium 38. A tiny piece of sodium is placed in an evaporating dish. Several drops of water and a drop of litmus solution are added to the dish. Which of the following will occur? I. Sodium will dissolve in the water II. Heat is released III. A gas is released IV. The solution turns blue A. I, II and III only B. I, II and IV only C. I, III and IV only D. I, II, III and IV 39. Element X is burnt in the air and the compound obtained from the reaction is dissolved in water. If the solution produced shows a very high pH value, element X is probably A. Chlorine B. Sulphur C. Aluminium D. Sodium 40. Metal P is an element of Group 1 in the Periodic Table. It is expected that metal P A. Can dissolved in water to form acidic solution B. Burns with oxygen to form a compound with formula PO C. Reacts with chlorine gas forming a white compound with the formula PCl D. Forms an amphoteric oxide 41. Which of the following statements are true about halogens? I. All halogens exist as diatomic gas at room conditions II. All halogens dissolve in water to form colourless solutions III. The colour of halogens darkens when going down the group IV. The reactivity of halogen decrease when going down the group A. I and II only B. III and IV only C. I, II and IV only D. I, II, III and IV

42. A small piece of sodium is lighted up and placed in a jar filled with chlorine gas. A solid compound is collected after the jar is cooled. Which of the following statements are true about the reaction that occurs? I. Chlorine receive electron in the reaction II. The solid compound collected is white in colour III. The reaction that occurs releases heat IV. The solid compound has the formula NaCl2 A. I, II and III only B. I, II and IV only C. I, III and IV only D. II, III and IV only 43. The following equation represents a reaction. Cu (OH) 2(s) + 2HNO3 (aq) Cu (NO3)2(aq) + 2H20(1) What are the reactants in this equation? A Copper (II) nitrate and water B Copper (II) nitrate and nitric acid C Copper (II) hydroxide and nitric acid D Copper (II) hydroxide and copper (II) nitrate 44. An oxide of element X has the empirical formula of X2O3. 2.24 g of element X reacts completely with 0.96 g of oxygen. What is the relative atomic mass of X?
[RAM: O = 16]

A B C D

112 56 25 17

45. The proton numbers of fluorine and chlorine are 9 and 17 respectively. Which of the following statements is true about fluorine and chlorine? A. The reaction between chlorine and sodium is more reactive than the reaction between fluorine and sodium B. The relative atomic mass of chlorine is bigger than fluorine C. Chlorine is more electronegative than fluorine D. Fluorine has 9 valence electrons but chlorine has 17 valence electrons 46. What is the process T? Solid Gas Process of T A B C D Boiling Freezing Melting Sublimation

47. Given below is some information about atom X. Electron arrangement = 2.8.7 Neutron number = 15

What is the nucleon number of atom X? A 32 B 33 C 34 D 35 48. Which of the following pairs of cations and anions are correctly combined in the (NH3)2 CO3? A B C D NH3 + NH3 3+ NH3 + NH3 2+ and and and and CO3 CO3 CO32CO3

49. Alumina contains aluminium oxide. Alumina can withstand high temperature and is used to line the walls of a furnace. The molecular formula of aluminium oxide is A AlO2 B Al2O3 C AlO D Al3O2

50. Carbon-12 and carbon-14 are similar in terms of their A number of nucleon B relative mass of atom C number of protons D number of neutrons. ~END OF QUESTION PAPER~