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Metals revision

What is the symbol for Potassium? K
What is the result of Zinc + Iron Sulfate? Zinc + Iron Sulfate --> Zinc Sulfate + Iron
What is the Thermite reaction? Aluminium + Iron Oxide --> Irom + Aluuminium Oxide
What is the word for Pb? Lead
What is produced when you burn copper? Copper Oxide
What is the appearance of Zinc oxide? White Powder
What is a liquid metal? Mercury
What is the result of Sodium Carbonate + Citric Acid? Sodium Carbonate + Citric Acid --> Water + Carbon Dioxide + Sodium Citrate
What is the result of Sodium Hydroxide + Hydrochloric Acid? Sodium Hydroxide + Hydrochloric Acid --> Sodium Chloride + Water
From highest to lowest, which of these 3 metals are most reactive in order? Copper, Aluminium, Iron, Silver Aluminium, Iron, Copper, Silver
What is the result of Hydrogen + Oxygen? Hydrogen + Oxygen --> Hydrogen Oxide (Water)