Review (Part 3)

In this lesson we will be revising the separate science content from this topic.

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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.True or false: Methane belongs to the homologous series of alkenes.

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Q2.What do the lines represent in the image?

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Q3.True or false: Methane is a simple covalent molecule.

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Q4.True or false: Hydrocarbons conduct electricity because they have free ions and delocalised electrons.

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Q5.What happens when a hydrocarbon boils?

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Q6.What is the relative formula mass of methane (see diagram)? You will need to use your periodic table for this question.

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Q7.What is the unit for the energy change during a chemical reaction?

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Q8.True or false: To calculate the overall energy change, you need to do the energy (bond breaking) minus the energy (bond making).

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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.True or false: Methane belongs to the homologous series of alkenes.

1/8

Q2.What do the lines represent in the image?

2/8

Q3.True or false: Methane is a simple covalent molecule.

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Q4.True or false: Hydrocarbons conduct electricity because they have free ions and delocalised electrons.

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Q5.What happens when a hydrocarbon boils?

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Q6.What is the relative formula mass of methane (see diagram)? You will need to use your periodic table for this question.

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Q7.What is the unit for the energy change during a chemical reaction?

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Q8.True or false: To calculate the overall energy change, you need to do the energy (bond breaking) minus the energy (bond making).

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Review 3

This lesson will test your understanding of the triple content from this topic of organic chemistry.

Q1.What is the functional group that is found in all carboxylic acids?

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Q2.Which command word means you need to say what you see?

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Q3.Which command word means that you need to say the scientific reason behind what you see and use the word because?

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Q4.What is the name given to the type of reaction between bromine and alkenes?

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Q5.What do the lines represent in this molecule?

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Q6.Name this molecule

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Q7.Which of the following statements is most true when comparing the reactions between group 1 metals and ethanol or water?

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Q8.What monomers make up polypeptides, and ultimately, proteins?

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Q9.What monomers make up DNA?

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Review 3

This lesson will test your understanding of the triple content from this topic of organic chemistry.

Q1.What is the functional group that is found in all carboxylic acids?

1/9

Q2.Which command word means you need to say what you see?

2/9

Q3.Which command word means that you need to say the scientific reason behind what you see and use the word because?

3/9

Q4.What is the name given to the type of reaction between bromine and alkenes?

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Q5.What do the lines represent in this molecule?

5/9

Q6.Name this molecule

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Q7.Which of the following statements is most true when comparing the reactions between group 1 metals and ethanol or water?

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Q8.What monomers make up polypeptides, and ultimately, proteins?

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Q9.What monomers make up DNA?

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Lesson summary: Review (Part 3)

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Time to move!

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For 5 mins...

Move around:
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On the spot:
Dance

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