2023/2024 NECO Chemistry Practical Specimen Questions For all Candidates

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2021 Neco Chemistry Practical Specimen Questions

(i) Dilute sodium hydroxide solution
(ii) Dilute ammonia solution
(iii) Dilute hydrochloric acid
(iv) Dilute trinitrate(V)acid
(v) Distilled water
(vi) Red and blue litmus paper
(vii) Barium chloride solution
(viii) Phenolphthalein solution
(ix) Methyl orange
(x) One boiling tube
(xi) Five test tubes
(xii) Source of heat
(xiii) Wash bottle containing distilled water
(xiv) Filtration apparatu

Answers To Neco Practical Chemistry 2021



Volume of pipette used=25cm3.

Indicator used= Methyl orange

Under Titration, Rough, 1st, 2nd, 3rd,

Final burette reading; |25.00| |23.40| |23.50| 23.60|

Initial burette reading; |0.00| |0.00| |0.00| |0.00|

Volume of A used; |25.00| |23.40| |23.50| |23.60|


Average volume of Acid used=23.40+23.50+23.60/3 =70.5/3=23.50cm3


This is because it is a reaction between a weak acid and strong base


A funnel should be used while transferring the acid into the burette.


Conc of A in mol|dm³ =?

Conc of A in g|dm³ = 12.75g|dm³

Molar mass of A, NaHSO⁴ = 23+1+32+64



Conc(mol/dm³) = conc(g/dm³)/molar mass

Conc =12.75/120

Conc =0.106mol/dm³


Con of B in mol/dm³ =?

Ca =0.106, Cb =? Va =23.50cm³, Vb =25.00cm³

na=1 , nb=1

From; CaVa/CbVb=na/nb






Conc of B in g/dm³=?

Molar mass of B , NaOH=23+16+1=40g/mol

From; conc(g/dm³)=conc(mol/dm³)molar mass




Mass of salt formed =?

Recall mole of NaHSO⁴=?

From; mole =con(mol/dm³)*vol(cm³)/1000


Mole=0.0025mol of NaHSO⁴

By proportion 1mol of NaHSO⁴ produce 1mol of Na²SO⁴ 0.0025mol of NaHSO⁴ will produce X mol of Na²SO⁴ X=0.00251=0.0025mol of NaSO⁴

Molar mass of Na²SO⁴=(232) + 32 + (16*4)



Recall; mole =mole/molar mass

Mass =mole * molar mass

Mass =0.0025*142

Mass =0.36g of Na²SO⁴

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