Displacement reactions of metals

This lesson will focus on the reactivity of metals through displacement reactions. The reactivity will be linked to the ease of formation of metal ions.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.(Revision) What is reduction?

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Q2.(Revision) What is being oxidised in the reaction below?

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Q3.Which of these is a key feature of ALL chemical reactions?

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Q4.What is meant by an independent variable?

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Q5.A student changed the concentration of acid reacted with 0.2g of zinc and timed how long it took the reaction to finish. Which is the dependent variable in this reaction?

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Q6.A student changed the concentration of acid reacted with 0.2g of zinc and timed how long it took the reaction to finish. Which variable would the mass of zinc be described as in this investigation?

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Q7.What word will you never use when discussing variables?

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Q8.Three metals X, Y and Z were reacted with acid and the maximum temperature change was recorded. The results were X = 34⁰C, Y = 14⁰C and Z = 77⁰C. Use the results to put the metals in order of reactivity, least to most reactive.

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Q9.Which is the correct general equation for the reaction of metals and acids?

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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.(Revision) What is reduction?

1/9

Q2.(Revision) What is being oxidised in the reaction below?

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Q3.Which of these is a key feature of ALL chemical reactions?

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Q4.What is meant by an independent variable?

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Q5.A student changed the concentration of acid reacted with 0.2g of zinc and timed how long it took the reaction to finish. Which is the dependent variable in this reaction?

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Q6.A student changed the concentration of acid reacted with 0.2g of zinc and timed how long it took the reaction to finish. Which variable would the mass of zinc be described as in this investigation?

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Q7.What word will you never use when discussing variables?

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Q8.Three metals X, Y and Z were reacted with acid and the maximum temperature change was recorded. The results were X = 34⁰C, Y = 14⁰C and Z = 77⁰C. Use the results to put the metals in order of reactivity, least to most reactive.

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Q9.Which is the correct general equation for the reaction of metals and acids?

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Displacement Reactions of Metals

This quiz will assess your learn from this lesson and review learning from previous lessons in chemistry.

Q1.(Revision) Identify what has been reduced in the reaction below.

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Q2.(Revision) To investigate the reactivity of metals a student uses four different metals. Each time they added 1 g of the metal to 25 cm³ of sulfuric acid and record the temperature change. Identify the control variables in this example. You need to select two answers.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q3.(Revision) What is the general word equation for the reaction between a metal and an acid?

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Q4.Which is the correct definition of a displacement reaction?

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Q5.Students investigated the reactivity of metals by adding them to salt solutions of each metal and recording whether a reaction took place. Their results are below. Use the results to place the metals in order of reactivity from MOST reactive to LEAST reactive.

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Q6.Which of these statements best explains why some metals are more reactive than others?

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Q7.Aluminium is MORE reactive than tin. Aluminium is reacted with tin sulfate, which would be the correct products of this reaction?

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Quiz:

Displacement Reactions of Metals

This quiz will assess your learn from this lesson and review learning from previous lessons in chemistry.

Q1.(Revision) Identify what has been reduced in the reaction below.

1/7

Q2.(Revision) To investigate the reactivity of metals a student uses four different metals. Each time they added 1 g of the metal to 25 cm³ of sulfuric acid and record the temperature change. Identify the control variables in this example. You need to select two answers.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q3.(Revision) What is the general word equation for the reaction between a metal and an acid?

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Q4.Which is the correct definition of a displacement reaction?

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Q5.Students investigated the reactivity of metals by adding them to salt solutions of each metal and recording whether a reaction took place. Their results are below. Use the results to place the metals in order of reactivity from MOST reactive to LEAST reactive.

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Q6.Which of these statements best explains why some metals are more reactive than others?

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Q7.Aluminium is MORE reactive than tin. Aluminium is reacted with tin sulfate, which would be the correct products of this reaction?

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