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1.

A mole of sulphuric atoms weighs 32 g, c) sublimation d) decomposition


while a omle of sulphur molecules
weighs 256 g. what is the formula for a 5. In which of the following stages in the
sulphur molecule? contact process for the manufacture of
a) S b) S8 sulphuric(vi) acid is the catalyst
c) S32 d) S256 vanadium(v) oxide used?

2. Why is sulphur trioxide never dissolved 6. Which of these tgests could be used to
directly in water? distinguish sulphuric(vi) acid from nitric
a) it reacts extremely violently with acid/
water a) test with universal indicator paper
b) it is insoluble in water b) add sodium carbonate powder
c) it is reduced t sulphur dioxide in c) add magnesium ribbon
water d) add barium nitrate solution
d) it reacts endothermically in water
a) it is an electrolyte 7. Which of these is not a use of sulphur
b) it reacts with some metals to give dioxide/
off hydrogen gas a) in solution as a steriliser
c) its salts, called sulphates, are always b) to make acid rain
soluble c) as a food preservative
d) it contains ions d) as a bleach for wool pulp

10. In the diagram, X is barium nitrate 8. Which of the following mixtures can be
solution and Y is copper(ii) sulphate. separated by adding dilute sulphuric
When X is mixed Y, (vi) acid, warming, and then filtering?
a) copper and copper(ii) oxide
b) barium chloride and barium nitrate
c) magnesium oxide and magnesium
carbonate
d) sodium hydroxide and potassium
hydroxide

9. Which of these is not a property of


dilute sulphuric acid?
a) bubbles of a gas are seen
b) the total mass increases
c) a white precipitate is seen d) the total mass decreases
3. The equation for the main stage of the a) the mining of sulphur by the Frasch
contact process is process
a) 2SO2(g) + O2(g) 2SO3(g0 b) the burning of sulphur to form
b) SO2(g) + O2(g) 2SO3(g) sulphur dioxide
c) 2SO2(g) + O2(g) SO3(g) c) the conversion of sulphur dioxide
d) SO3(g) + H2O(l) H2SO4(aq) into sulphur trioxide
d) the dissolving of sulphur trioxide in
4. Sulphur tricide crystals, on warming, concentrated sulphuric acid
change directly to a gas. This is called
a) diffusion b) ecaporation