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					CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT
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Standard Grade
   Topic 9
    What name is given to the reaction of     20
    hydrochloric acid with magnesium oxide?

•     Precipitation.
•     Addition.
•     Acidification.
•     Neutralisation.
    Which chemical can neutralise an   20
    acidic solution?

•     Copper.
•     Copper oxide.
•     Copper sulphate.
•     Copper chloride.
    A salt is a compound formed when the       30
•     hydrogen ion in an acid is replaced
      by a metal ion from the neutraliser.
•     hydroxide ion in an alkali is replaced
      by a metal ion from the neutraliser.
•     hydrogen ion in an alkali is replaced
      by a metal ion from the
      neutraliser.Copper chloride.
•     hydroxide ion in an acid is replaced
      by a metal ion from the neutraliser.
    What are the products of the reaction
    between copper carbonate and            20
    sulphuric acid?

•     copper chloride and water.
•     copper sulphate and water
•     copper chloride, carbon
      dioxide and water
•     copper sulphate, carbon
      dioxide and water.
    Which two chemicals will react to
    make the salt potassium nitrate?
                                        20

•     Potassium sulphate and sodium
      nitrate.
•     Potassium oxide and
      hydrochloric acid.
•     Nitric acid and potassium
      hydroxide.
•     Potassium carbonate and
      sulphuric acid.
    What are the products of a reaction
    between magnesium and hydrochloric    20
    acid?
•     Magnesium chloride and
      hydrogen.
•     Magnesium chloride and
      water.
•     Magnesium chloride, hydrogen
      and water.
•     Magnesium chloride, carbon
      dioxide and water.
    A base is a substance that         25

•     neutralises acids.
•     dissolve in water to form an
      acidic solution.
•     reacts with carbonates to give
      off carbon dioxide gas.
•     forms an insoluble solid when
      two solutions are mixed.
    Insoluble salts can be formed by   20

•     the titration reaction between
      and acid solution and an
      alkaline solution.
•     the addition of excess metal
      carbonate to an acid solution.
•     a precipitation reaction.
•     the addition of excess MAZIT
      metal to an acid.
    Which of the reactions shown will
    produce a precipitate?
                                         20

•     Silver nitrate solution reacting
      with sodium chloride solution.
•     Magnesium metal reacting
      with sulphuric acid solution.
•     Copper(II) oxide reacting with
      hydrochloric acid solution.
•     Sodium hydroxide solution
      reacting with nitric acid
      solution.
    What volume of 0.2 mol/l sodium
    hydroxide, NaOH, is required to neutralise
    20 ml of 0.1 mol/l sulphuric acid solution,
                                                  40
    H2SO4?

•      10ml.
•      20ml
•      30ml
•      40ml

				
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