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Unformatted text preview: 2206-610115 pagesM06/4/CHEMI/HPM/ENG/TZ0/XX+Thursday 18 May 2006 (afternoon)CHEMISTRYHIGHER LEVELPAPER 1INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES• Do not open this examination paper until instructed to do so.• Answer all the questions.• For each question, choose the answer you consider to be the best and indicate your choice on the answer sheet provided.IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMMEPROGRAMME DU DIPLÔME DU BIPROGRAMA DEL DIPLOMA DEL BI1 hour220661012206-6101– 2 –M06/4/CHEMI/HPM/ENG/TZ0/XX88Ra(226)56Ba137.3438Sr87.6220Ca40.0812Mg24.314Be9.012‡†89‡Ac(227)57†La138.9139Y88.9121Sc44.9690Th232.0458Ce140.1272Hf178.4940Zr91.2222Ti47.9091Pa231.0459Pr140.9173Ta180.9541Nb92.9123V50.9492U238.0360Nd144.2474W183.8542Mo95.9424Cr52.0055Cs132.9137Rb85.4719K39.1011Na22.993Li6.941H1.011Fr87(223)Atomic NumberElementAtomic Mass93Np(237)61Pm146.9275Re186.2143Tc98.9125Mn54.9494Pu(242)62Sm150.3576Os190.2144Ru101.0726Fe55.8595Am(243)63Eu151.9677Ir192.2245Rh102.9127Co58.9396Cm(247)64Gd157.2578Pt195.0946Pd106.4228Ni58.7197Bk(247)65Tb158.9279Au196.9747Ag107.8729Cu63.55The Periodic Table98Cf(251)66Dy162.5080Hg200.5948Cd112.4030Zn65.3799Es(254)67Ho164.9381Tl204.3749In114.8231Ga69.7213Al26.985B10.813100Fm(257)68Er167.2682Pb207.1950Sn118.6932Ge72.5914Si28.096C12.014101Md(258)69Tm168.9383Bi208.9851Sb121.7533As74.9215P30.977N14.015102No(259)70Yb173.0484Po(210)52Te127.6034Se78.9616S32.068O16.006103Lr(260)71Lu174.9785At(210)53I126.9035Br79.9017Cl35.459F19.00786Rn(222)54Xe131.3036Kr83.8018Ar39.9510Ne20.182He4.002206-6101– 3 –Turn overM06/4/CHEMI/HPM/ENG/TZ0/XX1. Which of the following quantities has units?A. Relative atomic massB. Relative molecular massC. Molar massD. Mass number2.A reaction occurring in the extraction of lead from its ore can be represented by this unbalanced equation:________PbSOPbOSO+→+22When the equation is balanced using the smallest possible whole numbers, what is the coefFcient for O2?A. 1B. 2C. 3D. 43.The equation for a reaction occurring in the synthesis of methanol isCO3HCH OHH O2232+→+What is the maximum amount of methanol that can be formed from 2 mol of carbon dioxide and 3 mol of hydrogen?A. 1 molB. 2 molC. 3 molD. 5 mol2206-6101– 4 –M06/4/CHEMI/HPM/ENG/TZ0/XX4.How many neutrons are there in the ion 182O−?A. 8B. 10C. 16D. 205. What is the purpose of the beam of high energy electrons used in a mass spectrometer?A. To ionize atomsB. To accelerate ionsC. To defect ionsD. To detect ions6. Which statement is correct about electron orbitals and energy levels?A. Yttrium, Y, (Z = 39) is the Frst element in the periodic table with an electron in a ¡ sub-level.B. The maximum number of electrons in one d orbital is 10....
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