Group 1

In this lesson, we will describe the trends in the physical properties of group 1 elements, and the reactions of group 1 metals with water and oxygen.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.How did Mendeleev order the elements in his periodic table?

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Q2.The elements in the modern periodic table are ordered in terms of...

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Q3.Are metals found on the right hand side or left hand side of the periodic table?

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Q4.What group are Noble gases found in?

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Q5.What charged are all metal ions?

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Q6.What charged are all non-metal ions?

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Q7.Use your periodic table to work out the charge of a potassium ion.

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Q8.What happens to the boiling point of noble gases as you go down the group?

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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.How did Mendeleev order the elements in his periodic table?

1/8

Q2.The elements in the modern periodic table are ordered in terms of...

2/8

Q3.Are metals found on the right hand side or left hand side of the periodic table?

3/8

Q4.What group are Noble gases found in?

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Q5.What charged are all metal ions?

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Q6.What charged are all non-metal ions?

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Q7.Use your periodic table to work out the charge of a potassium ion.

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Q8.What happens to the boiling point of noble gases as you go down the group?

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Group 1 elements

This quiz will test you on your understanding of group 1 metals, and will also contain some revision questions linked to previous lessons in this topic.

Q1.True or false - When a non-metal reacts, it forms a positive ion.

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Q2.What kind of mixture is distillation used to separate?

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Q3.How many ELEMENTS are shown in the image?

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Q4.What name is given to group 1 elements?

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Q5.What gas is produced when an alkali metal reacts with water?

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Q6.Describe the density of group 1 metals.

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Q7.The general word equation for the reaction between water and alkali metals is:

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Q8.As you go down group 1, the reactivity....

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Quiz:

Group 1 elements

This quiz will test you on your understanding of group 1 metals, and will also contain some revision questions linked to previous lessons in this topic.

Q1.True or false - When a non-metal reacts, it forms a positive ion.

1/8

Q2.What kind of mixture is distillation used to separate?

2/8

Q3.How many ELEMENTS are shown in the image?

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Q4.What name is given to group 1 elements?

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Q5.What gas is produced when an alkali metal reacts with water?

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Q6.Describe the density of group 1 metals.

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Q7.The general word equation for the reaction between water and alkali metals is:

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Q8.As you go down group 1, the reactivity....

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Lesson summary: Group 1

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