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    Unit 2 Learning Outcomes Unit 2 Learning Outcomes Presentation Transcript

    • SEE HOW THEY REACT!!
    • Metals (3.1)
      • What objects are made of metal ?
      • What are the appearance and feel of metals?
      • Do metals conduct ?
      • Which metal is normally a liquid ?
      • How would you test a substance to find out if it is metal?
      • Where are metals on the periodic table ?
    • Alloys (3.1)
      • What is an alloy ? Give some examples.
      • How can the properties of an alloy be altered?
    • Atoms & The Periodic Table (3.1)
      • How are atoms arranged in solids, liquids and gases?
      • Which 2 elements are liquids ?
      • Where are the gases on the periodic table?
      • In what ways can elements be classified?
    • Atoms & The Periodic Table (3.1)
      • What is meant by a family/ group of elements?
      • Where are the noble gases , alkali metals and halogens on the periodic table ?
      • Where are the synthetic elements on the periodic table?
      • Why are synthetic elements hazardous ?
    • Gases (3.1)
      • What do the words monatomic and diatomic mean?
      • What are the gases present in the air , their formulae and approximate percentages?
      • How fast do the atoms move in solids, liquids and gases?
    • Gases (3.1)
      • How can air be separated into different gases?
      • What can gases of the air be used for?
      • How do you collect a gas over water? Draw a diagram.
      • What happens when you test oxygen with a burning splint, a glowing splint and lime water?
    • Metals & Oxygen (3.2)
      • What happens when magnesium, iron and copper burn in oxygen ?
      • Write word equations for metals burning in oxygen.
    • Metals & Water (3.3)
      • What are lithium, sodium and potassium stored in, and why?
      • How would you describe these metals, and their reactivity in water?
      • How do calcium, magnesium, zinc and copper react in water?
    • Metals & Water (3.3)
      • Can you place metals in an order based on their reactivity?
      • What gas is given off when a metal reacts with water, and how do you test for this gas?
    • Metals & Acid (3.4)
      • What gas is given off when a metal reacts with hydrochloric acid?
      • How would you prove it?
      • How do copper, iron, magnesium and zinc react with hydrochloric acid?
    • Metals & Acid (3.4)
      • What is a reactivity series ?
      • Using the reactivity series, how can you predict which metals will displace hydrogen ?
    • Metals & Acid (3.4)
      • How do you write the word equation for the reaction between reactive metals and hydrochloric acid?
      • What is the general word equation for the reaction between reactive metals and hydrochloric acid?
      • How do you write formula equations for metals reacting with hydrochloric acid?
    • Balancing Equations (3.4)
      • What do diatomic elements look like in formula equations?
      • How do you know if an equation is balanced or not?
      • Can you balance equations?
    • Metals & Ores (3.5)
      • What are the most abundant elements in the Earth’s crust?
      • Which metals are found naturally uncombined in the ground?
      • Where are these metals in the reactivity series ?
    • Metals & Ores (3.5)
      • What is a metal ore ?
      • How can you make copper from copper oxide using carbon?
      • What gas is given off in this experiment?
    • Recycling (3.5)
      • What is recycling?
      • Why is recycling so important?
    • Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)
      • What are reduction and oxidation in terms of oxygen?
      • What is a redox reaction?
    • Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)
      • What is the general word equation for heating metal oxides when they decompose?
      • What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with carbon?
      • Can you write balanced formula equations for these reactions of metal oxides?
    • Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)
      • What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with carbon monoxide?
      • What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with hydrogen?
      • Can you write balanced formula equations for these reactions of metal oxides?
    • Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)
      • What is the general word equation for
      • reacting metal oxides with carbon
      • monoxide?
      • What is the general word equation for
      • reacting metal oxides with hydrogen?
      • Can you write balanced formula
      • equations for these reactions of metal
      • oxides?
    • Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)
      • Can you use the reactivity series to help explain why metal oxides are reduced by different methods?
    • Production of Iron (3.5 ext)
      • What type of furnace is iron produced in, and what are the raw materials for the process?
      • What are the 3 key steps in the industrial formation of iron?
      • What is a decomposition reaction? Give an example.
    • Displacement Reactions (3.8)
      • What is the rule for predicting if one metal can displace another metal from a solution of a compound?
      • How can you check a metals position in the reactivity series by using displacement reactions ?
      • Can you write balanced formula equations for displacement reactions?
    • Atomic Structure (3.2)
      • What are the 2 kinds of electric charge and their symbols?
      • What are the 3 particles in an atom, and their charges?
      • Where are each of the 3 particles found in the atom?
      • Which particle in the atom is moving ?
    • Atomic Structure (3.3)
      • In terms of electrons , how are atoms of one element different to another?
      • Using the periodic table , how do you know how many electrons an atom has?
      • In terms of the nucleus , how are atoms of one element different to another?
      • Using the periodic table, how do you know the charge on the nucleus of an atom?
      • Why are atoms electrically neutral ?
      • What is the atomic number of an element, in terms of the particles in the nucleus?
    • Atomic Structure (3.6)
      • What do the circles stand for in the target picture of an atom?
      • How do you write the electron arrangement for an atom from its target picture?
      • Can you draw the target picture for any element, numbers 1-20?
      • What is the maximum number of electrons allowed in each of the first 3 energy levels?
    • Atomic Structure (3.7)
      • What does the outer electron picture for an atom show?
      • What is the connection between the number of outer electrons an atom has, and its position on the periodic table?
    • Atomic & Mass Number (3.9)
      • What does a.m.u. stand for?
      • What are the masses of protons, electrons and neutrons?
      • What is meant by the term mass number ?
      • Can you work out the numbers of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom from the atomic and mass numbers?
      • Can you work out the numbers of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom from the detailed symbol ?
    • Atomic & Mass Number (3.9)
      • Can you write detailed symbols for atoms, given the numbers of protons, neutrons and electrons?
      • Can you write detailed symbols for atoms, given the atomic and mass numbers?
    • Isotopes (3.9)
      • What is an isotope ?
      • Why is the average atomic mass for an element rarely a whole number?