Group 0

In this lesson you will learn about the common properties and trends of Group 0 elements and link this to their uses

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is a displacement reaction?

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Q2.Which is the most reactive element in group 7?

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Q3.Why are smaller halogens more reactive?

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Q4.Complete the word equation: calcium bromide + fluorine -->

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Q5.Why won't iodine react with lithium bromide?

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Q6.REVISION: How might an object behave if it is high density?

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Q7.REVISION: What does sonorous mean?

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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!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Q1.What is a displacement reaction?

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Q2.Which is the most reactive element in group 7?

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Q3.Why are smaller halogens more reactive?

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Q4.Complete the word equation: calcium bromide + fluorine -->

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Q5.Why won't iodine react with lithium bromide?

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Q6.REVISION: How might an object behave if it is high density?

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Q7.REVISION: What does sonorous mean?

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Lesson 13 Group 0

This will test knowledge from your Group 0 lesson AND prior knowledge

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Q1.What is another name for Group 0 elements?

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Q2.What is special about the atomic structure of Group 0 elements?

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Q3.What is a key chemical property of Group 0?

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Q4.What does the word 'inert' mean?

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Q5.What is argon commonly used for?

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Q6.REVISION: I react two chemicals. I make 23g of product. I had 7g of chemical 1. How much chemical 2 did I have?

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Q7.REVISION: Why might is sometimes seem that you end up with more product than reactant?

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Lesson 13 Group 0

This will test knowledge from your Group 0 lesson AND prior knowledge

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Q1.What is another name for Group 0 elements?

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Q2.What is special about the atomic structure of Group 0 elements?

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Q3.What is a key chemical property of Group 0?

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Q4.What does the word 'inert' mean?

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Q5.What is argon commonly used for?

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Q6.REVISION: I react two chemicals. I make 23g of product. I had 7g of chemical 1. How much chemical 2 did I have?

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Q7.REVISION: Why might is sometimes seem that you end up with more product than reactant?

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