Metals and acids

This lesson explores the reaction between metals and acids, how to represent these reactions and word equations, and how to test for the presence of hydrogen as a product of the reaction.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which of these chemicals can be used to identify acid and alkali?

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Q2.Which chemical turns a range of colours and can show the strength of acids and alkalis?

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Q3.Which pH number shows that a solution is neutral?

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Q4.What colour do neutral solutions turn when universal indicator is added?

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Q5.Which of these pH numbers represents the strongest acid?

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Q6.Which of these pH numbers represents the weakest alkali?

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Q7.what are the products of methane (a fuel) being burnt in air?

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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 of these chemicals can be used to identify acid and alkali?

1/7

Q2.Which chemical turns a range of colours and can show the strength of acids and alkalis?

2/7

Q3.Which pH number shows that a solution is neutral?

3/7

Q4.What colour do neutral solutions turn when universal indicator is added?

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Q5.Which of these pH numbers represents the strongest acid?

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Q6.Which of these pH numbers represents the weakest alkali?

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Q7.what are the products of methane (a fuel) being burnt in air?

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Quiz:

Metals and acids

This quiz will test your understanding from this lesson and some prior knowledge too.

Q1.Which of these is a metal?

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Q2.Which sign of a chemical reaction do you see when a metal reacts with acid?

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Q3.Which gas is always produced when metals react with acid?

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Q4.Which metal salt is made when iron reacts with hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.Which acid is used to make copper nitrate?

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Q6.Which of these is an everyday alkali?

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Quiz:

Metals and acids

This quiz will test your understanding from this lesson and some prior knowledge too.

Q1.Which of these is a metal?

1/6

Q2.Which sign of a chemical reaction do you see when a metal reacts with acid?

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Q3.Which gas is always produced when metals react with acid?

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Q4.Which metal salt is made when iron reacts with hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.Which acid is used to make copper nitrate?

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Q6.Which of these is an everyday alkali?

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Lesson summary: Metals and acids

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