Observations from acid base reactions

This lesson will focus on the observations made during acid base reactions. This will also include how to test for carbon dioxide. The lesson will also show how to construct formulae for the salts formed in these reactions.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.(Revision) What is the general equation for the reaction of metals and acids?

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Q2.(Revision) True or False, all metals will react with acids

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Q3.Which is the correct formula for sulfuric acid?

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Q4.What type of salt is formed by hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.What salt would be formed in the reaction between copper hydroxide and sulfuric acid?

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Q6.The products of an acid reaction are sodium nitrate, water and carbon dioxide. What would the reactants have been?

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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.(Revision) What is the general equation for the reaction of metals and acids?

1/6

Q2.(Revision) True or False, all metals will react with acids

2/6

Q3.Which is the correct formula for sulfuric acid?

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Q4.What type of salt is formed by hydrochloric acid?

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Q5.What salt would be formed in the reaction between copper hydroxide and sulfuric acid?

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Q6.The products of an acid reaction are sodium nitrate, water and carbon dioxide. What would the reactants have been?

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Observations from Acid Base Reactions

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

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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Quiz:

Observations from Acid Base Reactions

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

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

1/6

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.

2/6

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

3/6

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

4/6

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

5/6

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

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Lesson summary: Observations from acid base reactions

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