Topic 4: Inorganic Chemistry and the Periodic Table

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1. What is the main interaction that determines the boiling point of the halogens?

  • Covalent bonds within molecules
  • London forces between molecules
  • Hydrogen bonds between molecules
  • Permanent dipole forces between molecules
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2. Caesium's flame colour is __(a)___ , Rubidium's is __(b)__ and Magnesium's is __(c)__

  • (a) Apple green (b) Lilac (c) No colour
  • (a) Blue/Violet (b) Red/Purple (c) No colour
  • (a)Red (b) Yellow (c) Green
  • (a)Orange (b) Brick Red (c) White

3. What is the trend in ionisation energy down group 2?

  • It increases up to Calcium then drops sharply
  • It decreases due to the replusion and number of quantum shells increasing
  • It decreases due to the size of the metallic radius decreasing
  • It increases due to the increased nuclear charge

4. What's a common test for the Hydrogen Halides?

  • Reacts with ammonia gas to form a dense white smoke of ammonium halide
  • Turns damp red litmus blue, then beaches it white
  • Form a white precipitate of Barium Halide when Barium Nitrate is added to a solution
  • Turns Fehling's solution red

5. When NaBr reacts with H2SO4, which of these is not a possible product?

  • NaHSO4
  • H2S
  • Br2
  • SO2

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