Chemistry Practical  Neco Answers 2022

Chemistry Practical  Neco Answers 2022



Titration; | rough | 1 | 2 | 3 |

Final; | 20.50 | 14.00 |14.00 | 14.00 |

Initial; | 0.00 | 0.00 | 0.00 | 0.00 |

Volume of A used; | 20.50 | 14.00 |14.00 | 14.00 |

Volume of pipette used



Average volume of A used = 14.00+14.00+14.00/3

=14.00cm³ (Va)

2HNO³ + X²CO³ —> 2XNO³ + H²O + CO²


Conc – of B in molldm³ = ?


Ca= 0.15molldm³

Vb= 25.00cm³

Va= 14.00cm³

Cb= ??

Na= 2

Nb= 1



Cb= CaVaNb/VbNa

Cb= 0.15*14.00*1/25.00*2

Cb= 2.1/50

Cb= 0.042molldm³.


Molar mass of B =?


Conc(molldm³)= Conc(gldm³)/molar mass

0.042/1 * 4.20/m.m




Value of x in x²(i)³=?

(2x)+12 + (16*3)= 100







(i)I ensure that the readings are taken at the lower meniscus

(ii)I ensure that my saliva did not enter the pipette while taking the base






Under Observation;

An effervescence occurs in which a colorless and odourless gas which burns blue litmus red is evolved.

Under Inference;

CO² gas from CO3^²is suspected


Under Observation;

The gas turns lime water milky.

Under Inference;

CO² gas is confirmed.


Under Observation;

Y dissolves completely in water

Under Inference;

Soluble salt


Under Observation;

White gelatinous PPT is formed.

Under Inference;

Al³+, Zn²+, Pb²+, present


Under Observation;

The white gelatinous PPT dissolve in excess NaOH

Under Inference;

Al³+, Zn²+, Pb²+, present


Under Observation;

White gelatinous PPT formed.

Under Inference;

Al³+, Zn²+, Pb²+, present


Under Observation;

The white gelatinous PPT remain insoluble in excess NH³

Under Inference;

Al³+, Pb²+, present.


It increases the boiling point of water


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It requires heat to occur.


This is because it is deliquescent.


I. Calcium oxide

II. Anhydrous copper(ii) tetraoxosulphate(vi)


Hydrogen Chloride


I. To separate a mixture of immiscible liquids

II. To collect gases.


For question 1

Use your school’s endpoint and use it wherever you see our endpoint (13.20cm³) …and calculate with it.

Use the answer you got in 1b(i) to solve in 1b(ii) i.e we got 0.0396 in 1bi after calculating with our average titre (endpoint) value 0.0396, as u can see, we then used the 0.0396 in 1bii which we got from our calculation in 1bi.

*NB:* If you use our endpoint and your school teacher submits a different one with a wide margin to what u used, you will either fail or lose some mark in this particular question. Your school teacher should have in one way given you the average titre value(endpoint) or you might have gotten it in the lab from your past experiment.

If your school wants to use mine, then the chemistry teacher must submit endpoint similar to ours without much difference…eg 13.10, 13.20, 13.30, etc

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