Acids and metal oxides

This lesson looks at what a metal oxide is, their reactions with acids and then compares these reactions to those between metals and acids.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is a chemical reaction?

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Q2.Which of the following is NOT an observation from a chemical reaction?

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Q3.What is the correct general equation for a metal reacting with an acid?

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Q4.What salt is produced when sodium reacts with hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.Copper + _____________ → copper sulfate + hydrogen. What substance is missing from this equation?

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Q6.What type of splint do you need to use when testing for hydrogen gas?

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Q7.When testing for hydrogen gas, what result do you get if hydrogen is present?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is a chemical reaction?

1/7

Q2.Which of the following is NOT an observation from a chemical reaction?

2/7

Q3.What is the correct general equation for a metal reacting with an acid?

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Q4.What salt is produced when sodium reacts with hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.Copper + _____________ → copper sulfate + hydrogen. What substance is missing from this equation?

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Q6.What type of splint do you need to use when testing for hydrogen gas?

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Q7.When testing for hydrogen gas, what result do you get if hydrogen is present?

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Quiz:

Acids and Metal Oxides

This quiz will assess you on knowledge learned in today's lesson, as well as what you have learned in earlier lessons.

Q1.What state are metal oxides?

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Q2.What colour are metal oxides?

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Q3.What pH is an alkali?

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Q4.Which general equation is correct?

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Q5.Zinc oxide + nitric acid -->

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Q6.Revision - if an atom gains 2 electrons, what charge ion will it form?

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Q7.Revision - sodium contains 11 electrons. What is the written electron configuration for sodium?

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Quiz:

Acids and Metal Oxides

This quiz will assess you on knowledge learned in today's lesson, as well as what you have learned in earlier lessons.

Q1.What state are metal oxides?

1/7

Q2.What colour are metal oxides?

2/7

Q3.What pH is an alkali?

3/7

Q4.Which general equation is correct?

4/7

Q5.Zinc oxide + nitric acid -->

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Q6.Revision - if an atom gains 2 electrons, what charge ion will it form?

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Q7.Revision - sodium contains 11 electrons. What is the written electron configuration for sodium?

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Lesson summary: Acids and metal oxides

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