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Q3 Element Mass Num of moles

J 16.8

Oxygen 7.2g

0.3

= 0.45 0.45/0.3 = 1.5 3

Ratio Simplest Ratio Empirical Formula: J O 2 3

0.3/0.3 = 1 2 Ans: C

Q6 Low melting point, does not conduct electricity covalent compound Covalent Compound formed by two NON-METALS Lithium and Magnesium are metals, so III and IV are out. Ans: A Q7 Pure metal has to be at the cathode, so C & D are out. Electrolytes have to be aqueous or molten. Thus A is out. Chromium (III) nitrate has water in it. Ans: B Q15 Hydrogen and Sulphur Covalent Compound Thus A & C are eliminated Electrons needed: Hydrogen 1 Sulphur 2 Thus Formula would be H Ans: D NOTE: You can also count the number of valence electrons, for answer B, Sulphur has only 5 valence electrons where in reality in should have 6.
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and S

1 (c) i. ii. 1(d) i. ii.

Can form an anion Negatively-charged ion Ans: (Any element from Group 15 onwards, eg Oxygen, Chlorine, etc) Form complex ion Transition Element Ans: (Any transition elements, eg Iron, Chromium) Aluminium (F) Al(NO )
3 3

6(a) ii Num. of moles of Aluminium Oxide in 306 000g : 306 000 (27+27+16+16+16) = 3 000 moles 2 moles Aluminium Oxide forms 4 moles of Aluminium 3000 moles of Aluminium Oxide forms 6 000 moles of Aluminium Mass of 6 moles of Aluminium = 6000 x 27 = 162000 g / 162 kg ** Its possible to do this without converting the mass from kg to gram, but just in case**

6(b) i - A black coating appears on the magnesium ribbon - Colour of Copper (II) sulphate will fade {from blue to colourless}