C3 Analysis and Synthesis Quiz

What should the flame colour be in a flame test for barium?
Green
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Which compound group reacts with dilute acid to form carbon dioxide?
Carbonates
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How do we test for halide ions?
Add dilute nitric acid followed by silver nitrate solution and see if a precipitate forms.
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What solution is used to test for sulfate ions?
Barium chloride
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What is the name given to the exact point at which an acid neutralises an alkali?
End point
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Why is a burette used in titrations?
It allows you to accurately and precisely determine volumes and dispense them in small volumes at a time.
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The equation for finding the mass of a titrated substance in moles is...
...concentration in mol/dm3 x volume in dm3.
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I have a sample of hydrochloric acid of concentration 73g/dm3. What is the concentration in mol/dm3?
2 mol/dm3.
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When a reversible reaction is at equilibrium, how does the rate of the forward reaction compare with the rate of the reverse reaction?
The forward reaction and and reverse reaction occur simultaneously at the same rate.
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If the forward reaction is exothermic, an increase in temperature will...
...decrease the volume of products formed.
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What is a main benefit of the Haber process?
The raw materials are recycled.
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What costs are a factor of making ammonia by the Haber process?
Extraction of materials, a catalyst, energy, equipment, wages.
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Which compound group reacts with dilute acid to form carbon dioxide?

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How do we test for halide ions?

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What solution is used to test for sulfate ions?

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JasmineTiger

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Very good though some of the questions i haven't covered.

Mini Mani

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perfect for the questions i have covered i need some more

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