Making salts

This lesson looks at the method for producing a pure dry sample of a salt, explaining the need for key steps in the method.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.(Revision) What is the name for the variable that is changed in an investigation?

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Q2.(Revision) Three metals A, B and C were added to a solution of copper sulfate and the temperature change was recorded. The results are as follows A = 10⁰C, B = 0⁰C and C=22⁰C. Use the results to place the metals in order of reactivity from MOST to LEAST reactive.

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Q3.Which of the following would NOT be an observation made in the reaction below? (HINT use the state symbols to help)

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Q4.Which is the correct description of the test for carbon dioxide?

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Q5.What would be the formula of a salt made from magnesium ions, Mg²⁺, and sulfate ions, SO₄²⁻?

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Q6.What would be the formula of a salt made from calcium ions, Ca²⁺, and chloride ion, Cl⁻?

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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

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Question 6

Q1.(Revision) What is the name for the variable that is changed in an investigation?

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Q2.(Revision) Three metals A, B and C were added to a solution of copper sulfate and the temperature change was recorded. The results are as follows A = 10⁰C, B = 0⁰C and C=22⁰C. Use the results to place the metals in order of reactivity from MOST to LEAST reactive.

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Q3.Which of the following would NOT be an observation made in the reaction below? (HINT use the state symbols to help)

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Q4.Which is the correct description of the test for carbon dioxide?

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Q5.What would be the formula of a salt made from magnesium ions, Mg²⁺, and sulfate ions, SO₄²⁻?

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Q6.What would be the formula of a salt made from calcium ions, Ca²⁺, and chloride ion, Cl⁻?

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Making Salts

This quiz will assess your work from this lesson and previous lessons in chemistry.

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Q1.(Revision) What are the products of a reaction between metal carbonates and acids?

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Q2.(Revision) What is the name given to a reaction where a more reactive metal displaces a less reactive metal from a compound?

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Q3.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, why does the base need to be added in excess?

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Q4.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, how is any unreacted insoluble base removed from the salt solution?

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Q5.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, how is any salt separated from the solution?

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Q6.Which of these should NOT be done when preparing a pure dry sample of a salt?

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Quiz:

Making Salts

This quiz will assess your work from this lesson and previous lessons in chemistry.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.(Revision) What are the products of a reaction between metal carbonates and acids?

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Q2.(Revision) What is the name given to a reaction where a more reactive metal displaces a less reactive metal from a compound?

2/6

Q3.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, why does the base need to be added in excess?

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Q4.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, how is any unreacted insoluble base removed from the salt solution?

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Q5.When producing a pure dry sample of a salt, how is any salt separated from the solution?

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Q6.Which of these should NOT be done when preparing a pure dry sample of a salt?

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Lesson summary: Making salts

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