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WAEC GCE Chemistry Questions and Answers 2022/2023 (Essay and Objectives)
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WAEC GCE Chemistry Questions and Answers 2022 (Expo)
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Today’s WAEC GCE Chemistry OBJ Answers:
Note: The answers below are the 2020 Nov/Dec answers.
NOTE: Pls Trace It From Your Objective. [If you see any options here pick it from your objectives]
1 Involves the loss and gain of electrons 2 Polymerisation 3 Global warming 4 3 5 Zinc ions 6 +1.56V 7 Ethene 8 NH3 9 Propanol 10 28 11 Hydrolysis 12 d-orbital 13 Lowering the activation energy 14 Closeness between reactant particles 15 Remaining the same with time 16 Reaction vessel Fels cool during the reaction 17 Faster 18 Solvent extraction 19 Saturated Solution 20 2.75mol/dm³ 21 Partially dissociates in aqueous solution 22 138g 23 HI 24 2.00cm³ 25 hydrogen chloride 26 strong electrovalent bond between ions 27 is not ductile 28 Electrons 29 C2H4 30 Aluminium 31 0.010mol/dm³ 32 PbCO3 33 Linear 34 HCL and HOCL 35 +1 36 Ionic bond 37 have relatively low ionization energy 38 sour to taste 39 I,III and IV only 40 chrometography 41 2.00 dm 42 mole of solvent in 1dm³ of solution 43 does not contain neutron 44 1s²2s²2p⁶ 45 Ammonium chloride 46 IV 47 I,II and IV only 48 Quantum numbers of Electrons 49 -273⁰C 50 Mass number
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WAEC GCE Chemistry Theory Answers:
(i) Sodium trioxonitrate (v) decahydrate
NaNO₃ . 10H₂O
(ii) Sodium Oxide –> Na₂O
(iii) Potassium tetraoxophospate (v) –> K₃PO₄
Products formed are:
Hydrogen gas (a+ cathode)
Chlorine gas (a+ anode)
it decrease down the group
As the atomic radius increases down the group the attraction of the positive nucleus of the electron outer most electron, thus the ionization energy decreases
Nitrogen and carbon (ii) oxide
it is used to heat furnace
it is a source of nitrogen for the manufacture of ammonia
Sodium hydrogen – used in qualitative analysis
– Purification of bauxite
Sodium trioxocarbonate (iv)
-Manufacture of glass
-As a water soften
(2ai) Percentage C5H12 of mass m = 7.2g Volume of O2 = 20.0dm³ (i) from the general combustion equation CxHy(g) + (x+y/4)O2 –> XCO2 + y/2H2O C5H12(l) + 802(g) –> 5CO2(g) + 6H2O(l)
(2aii) 1 mole of C5H12(72g) = 5 moles of CO2 At stop 7.2gC5H12 = x volume of CO2 X = 7.2g×5×22.4dm³/72g X = 5×2.224 = 11.2dm³ of CO2
(2aiii) Volume of oxygen left after the reaction from the equation of reaction 1 mole of C5H12(72g) = 8(22.4)dm³ 7.2g = x X = 7.2×8×22.4/72 = 17.92dm³ Volume of O2 left after the reaction = 20.0dm³ – 17.92dm³ = 2.08dm³
(2b) When molecules collide with one another they possess kinetic energy. As most energetic molecules (those with greater kinetic energy) try to escape. Their escape may be facilitated by heat or by passing a wave of air over the container or by increasing the surface area of the container. As they try to do this, some molecules will loose energy on collision and fall back to the container; as such the average kinetic of the molecules of the liquid in the container reduces which results to cooling effect.
(2ci) Avogadro’s Law states that the total number of atoms/molecules of a gas (i.e. the amount of gaseous substance) is directly proportional to the volume occupied by the gas at constant temperature and pressure.
(2cii) N2(g) + 3H2—> 2NH3 Where 1 mole = 30cm³ of gas
At constant temperature, the volume of a fixed mass of gas. When the volume of a cylinder or a container is increased, the gases have more space to travel and collide hence the pressure is reduced but as the volume is decreased or compressed the gases have less space to travel therefore more pressure is built up.
No (3ai) ¹³R, ⁸Q ¹³R=1s²,2s²,2p⁶,3s²,3p¹ ⁸Q=1s²,2s²,2p⁴
(3aii) ¹³R=2,8,3 Valency of ¹³R is 3 ⁸Q= 2,6 Valency of ⁸Q=2
(3di) 2H² SO4(aq)+4NaOH(aq)—>2Na² SO4(aq)+4H²O(s)
(3dii) Sodium teraoxosulphate (iv) salt and water
(3diii) The resulting solution NaSO4 is basic and will have no effect on litmus paper
(3div) When heated to dryness it can be used as a dehydrating agent
The questions below are strictly for practice.
1. Which of the following statements best explains the difference between a gas and a vapour?
(a) Unlike gases, vapours are liquids at room temperature
(b) Unlike gases, vapour can easily be condensed into liquids
(c) Unlike gases, vapour is readily converted into solids
(d) Vapours are generally denser than gases
2. Consider the following reaction equation: 2HCI + Ca(OH) 2 → CaCI 2 + H 2 O. what is the volume of 0.1 moldm -3 , HCI that would completely neutralize 25 cm 3 or 0.3 moldm -3 Ca(OH) 2 ?
(a) 150 cm 3
(b) 75 cm 3
(c) 30 cm 3
(d) 25 cm 3
3. Cu and HNO 3 are not suitable for preparing hydrogen gas because of their
(a) Reactivity and oxidation respectively
(b) conductivity and corrosiveness respectively
(c) melting point and reduction respectively
(d) electronegativity and solubility respectively
4. Which of the following formulae cannot be an empirical formula?
(c) P 2 O 5
(d) N 2 O 4
5. One of the criteria for confirming the purity of benzene is to determine its
(a) Heat capacity
(b) boiling point
6. When chlorine is passed through a sample of water, the pH of the water sample would be (a) <7
(a) 1.20 x 10 23
(b) 2.41 x 10 23
(c) 3.62 x 10 23
(d) 4.82 x 10 23
8. The strength of metallic bonds depends on the
(a) charge density of the atoms
(b) ductility of the metal
(c) number of valence electrons
(d) total number of electrons in the atoms
9. When zinc is added to AgNO 3 solution, crystals of silver forms on the zinc surface. This indicates that zinc is
(d) Cu 2 O 2
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11. The change in the oxidation state of iron in the reaction represented by the equation below is 2FeCI 3 + H 2 S →2FeCI 2 + 2HCI + S
(a) +2 to +3
(b) +3 to +2
(c) 0 to +2
(d) +3 to 0
12. Which of the following methods can be used to separate blood cells from plasma?
13. Which of the following statements about ionic radius is correct? ‘Ionic radius
(a) Increases as nuclear charge increases
(b) decreases as nuclear charge increases
(c) decreases as nuclear charges decreases.
(d) remains constant as nuclear charge increases
14. Analysis of a hydrocarbon shows that it contains 0.93 g of carbon per gram of the compound. The mole ratio of carbon to hydrogen in the compound is [H=1.0, C=12.0]
15. The law of definite proportions states that
(a) pure samples of same compound contain the same elements combined in the same proportion by mass
(b) pure samples of substances are in the same proportion by mass
(c) chemical compounds are pure because they contain the same elements
(d) matter can neither be created nor destroyed
17. Atoms are electrically neutral because they
(a) don not conduct electricity
(b) contain equal number of protons and electrons
(c) are composed of neutrons and electrons
(d) cannot be attracted by electromagnetic field
18. Common salt (NaC1) is used for preserving foods. Which of the following properties could be used to determine its purity before use?
(a) Solubility in water
(b) melting point
(c) Relative density
(d) Crystalline nature
19. Which of the following electron configurations represents the transition element chromium ( 24 Cr)?
(a) 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 4s 2 3d 4
(b) 1s 2 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 3d 6
(c) 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 2s 2 3d 4 4s 1 (d) 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 4s 1 3d 5
20. The atomic number of an isotope of hydrogen is equal to its mass number because it
(a) has a totally filled valence shell
(b) has a high charge to mass ratio
(c) does not contain neutrons (d) exhibits isotopy
21. The total number of shared pair of electrons in the compound below is
22. The bonding pair of electrons in a hydrogen chloride molecule is pulled towards the chlorine atom because
(a) Chlorine has a larger atomic size
(b) chlorine has a large atomic mass
(c) chlorine is more electronegative
(d) there is no bonding orbitals within the hydrogen atom
23. The solubility of CO 2 in water can be accounted for by
(a) van der waal’s forces
(b) ionic attraction
(c) dipole attraction
(d) covalent bonding
24. Which of the following properties would not influence electrovalent bond information?
(b) Electron affinity
(c) Ionization potential
(d) Catalytic ability
25. Particles in a solid exhibit
(a) Vibrational motion only
(b) vibrational and translational motion
(c) vibrational and random motion
(d) random and translational motion
WAEC GCE Chemistry Essay 2022
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