Making compounds

In this lesson you will learn how you would make a simple metal compound in a laboratory as well as learning how to write good scientific methods

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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!

Q1.Which do you write first for a chemical name - the metal or non-metal?

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Q2.What do we mean by a 'subscript' number?

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Q3.What does it mean if there isn't a subscript number by a symbol?

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Q4.What makes atoms stable?

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Q5.In a compound, what charge do elements in Group 2 have?

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Q6.Which Group is an element with a -2 charge found in?

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Q7.Choose the chemical formula for magnesium sulfide.

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Q8.What change of state is evaporation?

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Q9.What happens to particles when they are heated?

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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.Which do you write first for a chemical name - the metal or non-metal?

1/9

Q2.What do we mean by a 'subscript' number?

2/9

Q3.What does it mean if there isn't a subscript number by a symbol?

3/9

Q4.What makes atoms stable?

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Q5.In a compound, what charge do elements in Group 2 have?

5/9

Q6.Which Group is an element with a -2 charge found in?

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Q7.Choose the chemical formula for magnesium sulfide.

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Q8.What change of state is evaporation?

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Q9.What happens to particles when they are heated?

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Lesson 7 Making Compounds

This quiz will test learning from the Making Compounds lesson AND some prior knowledge

Q1.What is formed when a metal reacts with oxygen?

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Q2.Where do you find the products in a word equation?

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Q3.Which of the following is true about chemical reactions? (Choose 1)

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Q4.How should you start instructions in a method?

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Q5.How can you quantify (measure) how much oxygen was added to a metal as it was oxidised?

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Q6.What is a 'trend' in results?

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Q7.What is an anomaly?

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Lesson 7 Making Compounds

This quiz will test learning from the Making Compounds lesson AND some prior knowledge

Q1.What is formed when a metal reacts with oxygen?

1/7

Q2.Where do you find the products in a word equation?

2/7

Q3.Which of the following is true about chemical reactions? (Choose 1)

3/7

Q4.How should you start instructions in a method?

4/7

Q5.How can you quantify (measure) how much oxygen was added to a metal as it was oxidised?

5/7

Q6.What is a 'trend' in results?

6/7

Q7.What is an anomaly?

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Lesson summary: Making compounds

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