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Does gold react? No
What is the most reactive metal on the reactivity scale, and what is it`s symbol? Potassium - K
When magnesium is burned with oxygen a bright white flame is produced. A white powder is left at the end what is that powder called? Magnesium oxide
What is the order of the reactivity series? Potassium, Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Copper, gold.
What is the chemical name for li? Lithium
What test can you do to find an alkaline? Mix the metal with universal indicator
What does happens to lime water when you mix it with magnesium? It turns milky.
What are the symbols for magnesium, copper, zinc and iron Mg, Cu, Zn, Fe.
What are the 3 acids Hydro chloric acid, Sulfuric acid, Nitric acid
How do you find speed? Distance / time
What is the speed, distance and time triangle? A triangle to help you work out speed and time and distance from graphs and word questions.
Created by: alannah3