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Year 9 metals reacti

metals and their reaction

Which acid produces zinc sulphate when reacted with zinc sulphuric acid
Which gas is produced when calcium reacts with hydrochloric acid? Hydrogen
What noise does hydrogen gas make when lit with a splint? pop
What gas in made when hydrochloric acid reacts with calcium carbonate? carbon dioxide
What colour does lime what change to when carbon dioxide is bubbled through it? cloudy
What salt is made when zinc reacts with nitric acid? zinc nitrate
What word describes the fact that metals can be pulled into wires? ductile
Which metal is a liquid at room temperature? mercury
What word describes the quality of metals that means they make a ding noise when hit? sonorous
Znc chloride, copper sulphate, calcium nitrate are all examples of ... salts
Created by: Susan E Casey