NABTEB Chemistry Practical Expo Answer – May/June 2017

Verified NABTEB Chemistry Practical Questions and Answer – May/June 2017 Expo Runz.

(No1a)

Volume of Acid used is 25cm3
Indicator used =Methyl orange
Table of observation
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Burette reading: Rough, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
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Final reading(cm):24.50, 23.50, 23.40, 23.60
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Initial reading(cm):0.00, 0.00,0.00, 0.00
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Volume of Acid used:24.50, 23.50, 23.40, 23.60
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Volume of Acid used
= 1st +2nd +3rd
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3
= 23.50 +23.40+23.60
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3
= 70.3
–––– =23.50cm3
3
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(1bi)
Concentration of B in mold – 3
CAVA NA
–––– = –––
CBVB NB
CA= 0.03moldm-3
VA=23.50moldm-3
NA=2
VB=25cm3
NB=1
CB=?
CB = CA VA NB
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VB NA
CB = 0.03 × 23.50 × 1
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25×2
= 0.075
–––– = 0.0141
50
Concentration of solution B in moldm-3 = 0.0141moldm-3
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(1bii)
Milan mass of NaCl
= 23 + 35.5 =58.5g/mol
Amount of NaCo3 in 1dm3
= 0.0141 × 1
= 0.0141mol
From the equation
NaCo3 + 2HCL –––> 2NaCl +H2O + CO2
1mole of Na2CO3 produces
1mole of Nacl
0.0141mole of Na2CO3 liberate
2 × 0.0141mole of NaCl
=1.6497g
=1.65g
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(1biii)
From the equation
1mole of Na2Co3 produce 1mole of Co2 at S.T.P
1mole of NaCo3 produce 22.4dm3 of CO2 at S. T. P
Therefore 0.0141mol of Na2Co3 will produce
22.4 × 0.0141
Volume of CO2 = 0.316dm3
(1biv)
Molar mass of H2X = (2×1) + X
= (2+X) g/mol.
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(No2)
(2a)
*TEST* : C + water, Mixed thoroughly and filtrate
*OBSERVATION* : partially soluble in water with colourless filtrate and white residue
*INFERENCE*: C is a mixture of soluble and insoluble salt
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(2bi)
*TEST*:Filtrate +NaCl(aq)
*OBSERVATION*:white precipitate is formed
The precipitate soluble in excess NaOH(aq)
*INFERENCE*:Pb2+, Zn2+, or Al2+ is present
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(2bii)
*TEST*:Filtrate + NH3(aq) in drop, then in excess
*OBSERVATION*:white precipitate is formed
The precipitate is insoluble in excess NH3(aq)
*INFERENCE*: Pb2+ or Al2+ present
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(2biii)
*TEST*:Filtrate + KI(aq) + warm and allow to cool
*OBSERVATION*:Yellow precipitate is formed
The precipitate reappears after cooling
*INFERENCE*:Pb2+ confirmed
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(2c)
*TEST*:Residue + Hcl(aq)
*OBSERVATION*:The residue dissolves, librating a colourless gas which turn lime water milky
*INFERENCE*:Gass is CO2 from CO3^2+ is present
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(2d)
*TEST*:Residue + NH3(aq) in drops, then in excess
*OBSERVATION*:white gelatinous precipitate is formed
The precipitate is soluble in excess NH3(aq)
*INFERENCE*:Zn^2+ Confirmed
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(3ai)
NaCl4 and NaNo3 dissolves readily in cold water.
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(3aii)
CuCo3 leave a black residue on heating
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(3bi)
E = CuO
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(3bii)
Blue precipitate is formed, the precipitate dissolves in aqueous ammonia to give a blue deep solution
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(3biii)
G is water (H2O)
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(3biv)
A dark brown precipitate is formed at the button of the test tube, which shows that copper has been displaced by zinc for its solution

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