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9 Reactions of Metal

Reactions of metals keywords

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Elements that are shiny, conduct heat and electricity well and often have high melting and boiling points. metals
Elements that are not shiny, and do not conduct heat and electricity well. They often have low melting and boiling points. The solid ones are brittle. non-metals
Something that is used to describe how a material behaves and what it is like. Hardness is a property of some solids. property
Compounds made in some reactions involving acids. They have a metal part and a non-metal part. salts
Broken down by chemical or physical changes. weathered
A chemical which reacts with an acid to form a salt. base
Mixing an acid and a base together to make a solution with a pH of 7. neutralisation
A substance which has been 'watered down'. Dilute
The lightest element. It is a colourless and odourless gas. acid
A colourless gas made up of carbon and oxygen. carbon dioxide
A compound consisting of a metal combined with carbon and oxygen. metal carbonate
Compound consisting of metal combined with oxygen. Metal oxide
Neither acid nor alkali, a pH of 7 Neutral
These are commonly used what in the laboratory? Sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide and calcium hydroxide. Alkali
In neutralisation reactions hydrochloric acid produces... chlorides
In neutralisation reactions sulfuric acid produces... sulfates
Created by: grovebiol
 

 



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