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  • For first teaching from September 2016For first award of AS level in Summer 2017For first award of A level in Summer 2018Subject Code: 1110

    CCEA GCE SpecimenAssessment Material for

    Chemistry

    GCE

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  • ForewordCCEA has developed new specifications which comply with criteria for GCE qualifications. The specimen assessment materials accompanying new specifications are provided to give centres guidance on the structure and character of the planned assessments in advance of the first assessment. It is intended that the specimen assessment materials contained in this booklet will help teachers and students to understand, as fully as possible, the markers expectations of candidates responses to the types of tasks and questions set at GCE level. These specimen assessment materials should be used in conjunction with CCEAs GCE Chemistry specification.

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  • GCE ChemistrySpecimen Assessment Materials

    Contents

    Specimen Papers 3

    Assessment Unit AS 1: Basic Concepts in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry 3

    Assessment Unit AS 2: Further Physical and Inorganic Chemistry and an Introduction to Organic Chemistry

    25

    Assessment Unit AS 3: Basic Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 45

    Assessment Unit AS 3: Basic Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet B 53Assessment Unit A2 1: Further Physical and Organic Chemistry 65Assessment Unit A2 2: Analytical, Transition Metals, Electrochemistry and

    Organic Nitrogen Chemistry89

    Assessment Unit A2 3: Further Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 113Assessment Unit A2 3: Further Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet B 123

    Apparatus and Materials Lists 135

    Assessment Unit AS 3: Basic Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 137Assessment Unit A2 3: Further Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 145

    Mark Schemes 155

    General Marking Instructions 157Assessment Unit AS 1: Basic Concepts in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry 161Assessment Unit AS 2: Further Physical and Inorganic Chemistry and an

    Introduction to Organic Chemistry167

    Assessment Unit AS 3: Basic Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 175Assessment Unit AS 3: Basic Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet B 177Assessment Unit A2 1: Further Physical and Organic Chemistry 181Assessment Unit A2 2: Analytical, Transition Metals, Electrochemistry and

    Organic Nitrogen Chemistry189

    Assessment Unit A2 3: Further Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet A 195Assessment Unit A2 3: Further Practical Chemistry Practical Booklet B 199

  • Subject Code 1110

    QAN ASQAN A2

    601/8511/9601/8512/0

    A CCEA Publication 2016

    You may download further copies of this publication from www.ccea.org.uk

  • SPECIMEN PAPERS

    DIVIDER FRONT

  • SPECIMEN PAPERS

    DIVIDER BACK

  • TIME1 hour 30 minutes.

    INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATESWrite your Centre Number and Candidate Number in the spaces provided at the top of this page.Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper.Answer all sixteen questions.

    INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATESThe total mark for this paper is 90.Figures in brackets printed down the right-hand side of pages indicate the marks awarded to each question or part question.Quality of written communication will be assessed in Question 16(b)(i)A Data Leaflet including a Periodic Table of the Elements is included with this question paper.

    For Examinersuse only

    Question Number Marks

    Section A 110

    Section B 111213141516

    TotalMarks

    Chemistry

    Assessment Unit AS 1

    Basic Concepts in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

    [CODE]SPECIMEN PAPER

    Centre Number

    Candidate Number

    ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY (AS)General Certificate of Education

    2017

    3

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    101

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    87

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    104

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    105

    [266]

    106

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    107

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    108

    [268]

    109

    [271]

    110

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    140

    58

    141

    59

    144

    60

    145

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    157

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    159

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    103

    133

    55

    137

    56

    178

    72

    181

    73

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    195

    78

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    201

    80

    89

    39

    91

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    103

    45

    85

    37

    88

    38

    93

    41

    96

    42

    [98]

    43

    101

    44

    106

    46

    108

    47

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    48

    131

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    86

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    84

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    83

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    204

    81

    84

    36

    79

    34

    73

    32

    40

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    45

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    48

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    30

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    240

    18

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    53

    23

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    12

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    3

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  • 5

    Data Leaflet

    General Information 1 tonne = 106 g 1 metre = 109 nm One mole of any gas at 293K and a pressure of 1 atmosphere (105 Pa) occupies a volume of 24 dm3 Avogadro Constant = 6.02 x 1023 mol-1 Gas constant = 8.31 J mol-1 K-1 Planck Constant = 6.63 x 10-34 Js Specific Heat Capacity of water = 4.2 J g-1 K-1 Speed of Light = 3 x 108 ms-1

    Characteristic absorptions in IR spectroscopy Wavenumber/cm-1 Bond Compound

    550 850 C X (X=Cl, Br, I) Haloalkanes 750 1100 C C Alkanes, alkyl groups 1000 1300 C O Alcohols, esters, carboxylic acids 1450 1650 C = C Arenes 1600 1700 C = C Alkenes 1650 1800 C = O Carboxylic acids, esters, aldehydes,

    ketones, amides, acyl chlorides 2200 2300 C N Nitriles 2500 3200 O H Carboxylic acids 2750 2850 C H Aldehydes 2850 3000 3200 3600 3300 3500

    C H O H N H

    Alkanes, alkyl groups, alkenes, arenes Alcohols Amines, amides

    Proton Chemical Shifts in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (relative to TMS) Chemical Shift Structure

    0.5 2.0 CH Saturated alkanes 0.5 5.5 OH Alcohols 1.0 3.0 NH Amines 2.0 3.0 COCH Ketones NCH Amines C6H5CH Arene (aliphatic on ring) 2.0 4.0 XCH X = Cl or Br (3.0 4.0)

    X = I (2.0 3.0) 4.5 6.0 C=CH Alkenes 5.5 8.5 RCONH Amides 6.0 8.0 C6H5 Arenes (on ring) 9.0 10.0 CHO Aldehydes 10.0 12.0 COOH Carboxylic acids

    These chemical shifts are concentration and temperature dependent and may be outside the ranges indicated above.

  • 6

    1 In which species is the number of electrons equal to the number of neutrons?

    A Be

    B F

    C Na

    D O2

    2 Which of the following states the name of a suitable indicator, together with the correct colour change at the end point, for the titration of ethanoic acid with sodium hydroxide solution?

    CCEA

    indicator colour change at end point

    A Methyl orange yellow to red

    B Methyl orange red to yellow

    C Phenolphthalein colourless to pink

    D Phenolphthalein pink to colourless

    sodium hydroxide solution

    ethanoic acid + indicator

    Section A Multiple Choice

    Select the correct response in each case and mark its code letter by connecting the dots as illustrated on the answer sheet.

    Each multiple choice question is worth 1 mark.

  • 7

    3 Gallium nitride, GaN, is an ionic compound. The electronic configuration of the nitride ion in gallium nitride is:

    A 1s2 2s2

    B 1s2 2s2 2p3

    C 1s2 2s2 2p4

    D 1s2 2s2 2p6

    4 Which of the following is the best oxidising agent? A Cl2

    B CI

    C I2

    D I

    5 Which of the following atoms obeys the octet rule?

    A B in BF3

    B Be in BeCl42

    C P in PCl5

    D S in SF6

    6 Which of the following does not have hydrogen bonding between its molecules?

    A CHF3

    B C2H5OH

    C HF

    D NH3

  • 8

    7 Which of

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