WASSCE 2017/18 Chemistry Practicals Solutions [White Paper Quantitative Analysis]

One Of Our Teachers has decided to solve the WASSCE Chemistry Practicals Schedule to hold on11th April, 2017 based on the White Paper Released.

Candidates are to study the solving as 70% of are confirmed and will be among the questions for the exam.

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Pls Tabulate:
Burette reading|Final burette reading(cm^3)|Initial burette reading (cm^3)|Volume of acid used(cm^3)|
Rough- 24.10,0.00,24.10
First- 23.80, 0.00, 23.80
Second- 23.75, 0.00, 23.70
Third- 23.75, 0.00, 23.75
Average volume of A used = 23.80 + 23.70 + 23.75cm^3/3

amount of A used = 0.100x VA/1000=0.100*23.75/1000 =0.00237
2moles Of A = 1mole of C
0.002375mol of A = 0.002375mol/2
100cm^3 of C contain 0.00237*100mol/2*25 =0
concentration of C in moldm-3 =0.0475mol/dm^3

C contains 14.3g in 500cm3
.:. Conc of c in gdm^-3 is 28.6dm^-3.

Molar mass of Bing mol-1:
Molar mass of Na2CO3.yH2O=mass concentration of B in g/dm^3
molar concentration of B in mol/dm3=13.6gdm-3

The hydrated salt is NA2CO3.XHO=286
The number of water molecules in the hydrated salt is 10

Pls Tabulate:
TEST: F + water
OBSERVATION: Partially soluble salt
Inference: F is a mixture of soluble and insoluble salts

TEST: Filtrate + NaOH(aq)in drops,then in excess
OBSERVATION: A pale blue gelatinous precipitate which is insoluble in excess NaOH(aq).
INFERENCE: Cu2+ present

TEST: Filtrate + NH3(aq) in drops,then in excess.
OBSERVATION: A pale blue precipitate was formed. The precipitate is soluble in excess NH3(aq)to give a deep blue solution.
INFERENCE: Cu2+ confirmed

TEST: Filtrate + dilute HNO3(aq) + AgNO3(aq)
OBSERVATION: White precipitate formed which turns grey on exposure to light.
INFERENCE: Cl- present

TEST: Residue + HNO3(aq)
OBSERVATION: Effervescence of a colourless, odourless gas which turns moist blue litmus paper faint and turns lime water milky.
INFERENCE: CO2(g) from CO3^2- or HCO3- present

TEST: Residue + NaOH(aq)
OBSERVATION: White powdry ppt insoluble in NaOH(aq)
INFERENCE: Ca2+ present.


The colour of methyl orange will change from orange to yellow

Iron(III)chloride will be reduced from brown iron to green iron


The color of KM2O4 is decolorized because SO2(g) acts as a reducing agent.

Addition of ethanoic acid to KCO3 results to the liberation of a colorless and odorless gas CO2 which turns lime water milky

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