Oxidation

This lesson explores what happens when a substance reacts with oxygen and how to represent these reactions using word equations and diagrams.

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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.What does the "conservation of mass" mean?

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Q2.Burning wood is an example of a chemical reaction because... (choose the best answer)

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Q3.In a reaction between 70 g of copper and 35g of oxygen, how much copper oxide would be produced?

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Q4.A chemical reaction between magnesium and oxygen produced 80 g of magnesium oxide. If 48 g of magnesium was used, what mass of oxygen was used?

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Q5.Which of the following are examples of a chemical reaction? Choose 3 answers.

Select three (3) boxes

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Q6.In a reaction between 80 g of sodium hydroxide and 72 g of hydrochloric acid, what mass of sodium chloride is made when 36 g of water is also made?

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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.What does the "conservation of mass" mean?

1/6

Q2.Burning wood is an example of a chemical reaction because... (choose the best answer)

2/6

Q3.In a reaction between 70 g of copper and 35g of oxygen, how much copper oxide would be produced?

3/6

Q4.A chemical reaction between magnesium and oxygen produced 80 g of magnesium oxide. If 48 g of magnesium was used, what mass of oxygen was used?

4/6

Q5.Which of the following are examples of a chemical reaction? Choose 3 answers.

Select three (3) boxes

5/6

Q6.In a reaction between 80 g of sodium hydroxide and 72 g of hydrochloric acid, what mass of sodium chloride is made when 36 g of water is also made?

6/6

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Quiz:

Oxidation

This quiz will assess you on the knowledge gained in this lesson and some of your prior knowledge

Q1.What is always a reactant in an oxidation reaction?

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Q2.What two products are made when a fuel is burnt completely?

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Q3.What is the correct product for this reaction: magnesium + oxygen ->

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Q4.When copper reacts with oxygen, what would you observe?

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Q5.If you have 10 g of iron and react it fully with oxygen, which of these values is the most likely mass of the iron oxide produced?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Oxidation

This quiz will assess you on the knowledge gained in this lesson and some of your prior knowledge

Q1.What is always a reactant in an oxidation reaction?

1/5

Q2.What two products are made when a fuel is burnt completely?

2/5

Q3.What is the correct product for this reaction: magnesium + oxygen ->

3/5

Q4.When copper reacts with oxygen, what would you observe?

4/5

Q5.If you have 10 g of iron and react it fully with oxygen, which of these values is the most likely mass of the iron oxide produced?

5/5

Lesson summary: Oxidation

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