2p9 metals and acids 171110

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2p9 metals and acids 171110

  1. 1. Metal Displacement Reactions 2P9: Wednesday 17th November
  2. 2. Quick review… • Today you will be doing the Metal Displacement Experiment: – Aim: The aim of this experiment is to see what happens when a metal is added to a metal salt • What does Displacement mean? – To remove or kick something out! • When a displacement reaction occurs we see a chemical reaction taking place – Name three things we might see happening…
  3. 3. Metal Displacement experiment Sodium Sulphate Zinc Sulphate Copper Sulphate Silver nitrate Magnesium Zinc Copper
  4. 4. Metal Displacement Results Sodium Sulphate Zinc Sulphate Copper Sulphate Silver nitrate Magnesium Zinc Copper
  5. 5. Word equations • Magnesium + Zinc sulphate  Magnesium sulphate + Zinc • Zinc + Sodium sulphate  no reaction • Sodium + Zinc sulphate  Sodium sulphate + Zinc • Copper + Silver nitrate  Copper nitrate + Silver • Aluminium + Copper bromide  Aluminium bromide + Copper • Gold + Silver nitrate  no reaction
  6. 6. Reactivity Series • Potassium • Sodium • Calcium • Magnesium • Zinc • Copper • Silver Most reactive Least reactive
  7. 7. Conclusion • A displacement reaction will only work if the metal you add into the reaction is HIGHER in the reactivity series than the metal that is in solution

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