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GCSE Additional Chemistry Revision Paper 1

This is an Additional Chemistry Revision Paper for students doing additional chemistry. It covers chemistry topics, including atomic structure, bonding, ores.

'GCSE Additional Chemistry Revision Paper 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 4

Curriculum topic:  GCSE Revision Papers

Curriculum subtopic:  Chemistry

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QUESTION 1 of 10

This is an Additional Chemistry Revision Paper for students doing additional chemistry. It covers chemistry topics, including atomic structure, bonding, ores. However, you also need to know the core science material.

How do we call Mendeleev's table?

Match the atomic particles with their relative masses.

Column A

Column B

proton
1
neutron
negligible
electron
1

How do we call the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom?

atomic number

mass number

The way in which electrons are arranged in an atom is called the ________________________.

Anions are atoms or groups of atoms with a __________ charge.

positive

negative

neutral

The ions in an ionic compound are arranged in a regular way. What is the structure called?

Choose one of the sentences below that defines the melting point of a substance.

the temperature at which it changes from a liquid to a gas

the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid

A substance insoluble in water is also insoluble in ethanol.

true

false

not necessarily

What is the method of separating a precipitate from the unreacted ions in a solution?

chromatography

sieving

filtration

What colour is the precipitate of copper hydroxide?

pale blue

dark green

deep red

What colour does calcium give during a flame test?

yellow

lilac

red

What type of bond do atoms of the same element form?

ionic

covalent

Match the substances with their property.

Column A

Column B

diamond
soft
graphite
hard

The properties of a substance can help scientists identify the type of bonding that holds the atoms in the substance together.

true

false

Immiscible liquids ________________.

mix together

do not mix together

The Rf value in chromatography is ____________________.

the distance the compound has risen divided by the distance the solvent has risen

the distance the solvent has risen divided by the the distance the compound has risen

Water is an example of ___________ bonding.

ionic

covalent

In metallic bonding electrons are not located in specific atoms. The are called ____________ electrons.

What is the gas given off when alkali metals react with water?

 

hydrogen

oxygen

nitrogen

What group in the periodic table do halogens belong to?

7

1

3

  • Question 1

How do we call Mendeleev's table?

CORRECT ANSWER
periodic table
EDDIE SAYS
Mendeleev's table is now called the periodic table.
  • Question 2

Match the atomic particles with their relative masses.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

proton
1
neutron
1
electron
negligible
EDDIE SAYS
Proton: 1 Neutron: 1 Electron: negligible
  • Question 3

How do we call the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom?

CORRECT ANSWER
mass number
EDDIE SAYS
The total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom is the mass number.
  • Question 4

The way in which electrons are arranged in an atom is called the ________________________.

CORRECT ANSWER
electronic configuration
EDDIE SAYS
The way in which electrons are arranged in an atom is called the electronic configuration.
  • Question 5

Anions are atoms or groups of atoms with a __________ charge.

CORRECT ANSWER
negative
EDDIE SAYS
Anions are atoms or groups of atoms with a negative charge.
  • Question 6

The ions in an ionic compound are arranged in a regular way. What is the structure called?

CORRECT ANSWER
lattice
EDDIE SAYS
The ions in an ionic compound are arranged in a lattice structure.
  • Question 7

Choose one of the sentences below that defines the melting point of a substance.

CORRECT ANSWER
the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid
EDDIE SAYS
The melting point of a substance is the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid.
  • Question 8

A substance insoluble in water is also insoluble in ethanol.

CORRECT ANSWER
not necessarily
EDDIE SAYS
A substance which is insoluble in water may be soluble in other solvents, for example nail polish is insoluble in water, but it dissolves in nail polish remover.
  • Question 9

What is the method of separating a precipitate from the unreacted ions in a solution?

CORRECT ANSWER
filtration
EDDIE SAYS
A precipitate can be separated from the unreacted ions in a solution by filtration.
  • Question 10

What colour is the precipitate of copper hydroxide?

CORRECT ANSWER
pale blue
EDDIE SAYS
Copper hydroxide forms a pale blue precipitate.
  • Question 11

What colour does calcium give during a flame test?

CORRECT ANSWER
red
EDDIE SAYS
When calcium is burnt during a flame test, it gives a red colour.
  • Question 12

What type of bond do atoms of the same element form?

CORRECT ANSWER
covalent
EDDIE SAYS
Atoms of the same element form covalent bonds.
  • Question 13

Match the substances with their property.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

diamond
hard
graphite
soft
EDDIE SAYS
Diamond is very hard, but graphite is soft.
  • Question 14

The properties of a substance can help scientists identify the type of bonding that holds the atoms in the substance together.

CORRECT ANSWER
true
EDDIE SAYS
The statement is true.
  • Question 15

Immiscible liquids ________________.

CORRECT ANSWER
do not mix together
EDDIE SAYS
Immiscible liquids do not mix together.
  • Question 16

The Rf value in chromatography is ____________________.

CORRECT ANSWER
the distance the compound has risen divided by the distance the solvent has risen
EDDIE SAYS
distance moved by compound Rf value = --------------------------- distance moved by solvent The first option is correct.
  • Question 17

Water is an example of ___________ bonding.

CORRECT ANSWER
covalent
EDDIE SAYS
Water is an example of covalent bonding.
  • Question 18

In metallic bonding electrons are not located in specific atoms. The are called ____________ electrons.

CORRECT ANSWER
delocalised
EDDIE SAYS
Delocalised electrons in metallic bonding are not located in specific atoms.
  • Question 19

What is the gas given off when alkali metals react with water?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
hydrogen
EDDIE SAYS
When alkali metals react with water they give off hydrogen.
  • Question 20

What group in the periodic table do halogens belong to?

CORRECT ANSWER
7
EDDIE SAYS
The halogens are group 7 (seven) in the periodic table.
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