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Answer guide for O Level Chemistry (5090/3) – Paper 3 Practical Test November 2000

Question 1 (16 marks)

(a) Titration

Accuracy (8 marks)

For the two best titres give:


4 marks for a value within 0.2 cm3 of supervisor
2 marks for a value within 0.3 cm3 of supervisor
1 mark for a value within 0.4 cm3 of supervisor

Concordance (3 marks)

3 marks if all the ticked values are within 0.2 cm3


2 marks if all the ticked values are within 0.3 cm3
1 mark if all the ticked values are within 0.4 cm3

Average (1 mark)

(b) concentration of NaOH, in mol/dm3 2 marks


Assuming a 25 cm3 pipette and a titre of 24.0 cm3
conc of NaOH = 24.0 x 0.100 (1)
25.0
= 0.0960 (1)
(correct to 0.0001)

(c) concentration of NaOH, in g/dm3 2 marks

conc of NaOH = 0.096 x 40 (1)


= 3.8 (1)
(correct to 0.1)

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Question 2 (24 marks)

R is potassium chromate(VI)

Tests on Solution R

Test Acceptable alternatives Unacceptable alternatives


Test 1 + Ba(NO3)2
3 marks white for yellow

yellow ppt (1) Both yellow and ppt required substance, particles, deposit,
allow solid, suspension, powder residue, sediment, gelatinous,
+ nitric acid insoluble etc.

ppt dissolves (1) forms an orange solution (2)


partially soluble, mixtures do
orange solution (1) solution turns orange (1) not score

yellow or red or brown for


orange
Test 2 + AgNO3
4 marks

red ppt (2) ppt (1), red (1) brown for red other colours
turns red scores (1)
+ nitric acid

ppt dissolves (1) as Test 1 As Test 1

yellow solution (1) orange for yellow


Test 3 + CuSO4
4 marks

brown ppt (2) ppt (1), brown (1) red for brown
turns brown (1)
+ nitric acid

ppt dissolves (1) As Test 1

yellow solution (1)


orange

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Test 4 Test 3 +
NaOH
3 marks
ppt (1) green (1) blue
green ppt (2) turns green (1)

+ excess
no change etc. green ppt scores
insoluble (1) (2) if not scored in part (a)

Test 5 + H2O2-
6 marks

no reaction (1) yellow solution, no change etc

+ sulphuric acid

blue solution (1) purple


suggestion of a ppt loses this
mark
effervesces (1)
bubbles etc
gas relights a relights a lit splint
glowing splint (1)

oxygen evolved (1)

Test must be correct to score


green solution (1) conclusion

Test 6 + acid
2 marks

orange solution (1) suggestion of a ppt loses this


mark
+ liquid L

green solution (1)


blue or blue/green for green
suggestion of a ppt loses this
mark

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Conclusions Tests show


R is an oxidising agent
L is an alcohol or other series that can be oxidised A green or blue solution in Test 6

A named compound (except alcohol) does not score

(2 marks)

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