Chapter 4

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  • Inorganic chem & periodic table
    • Group (1 &) 2
      • Ionisation energy
      • Trend in reactivity
      • Reactions wi/oxygen, chlorine and water (Mg - Ba)
        • Hydroxides w/ dilute acid
          • Solubility trends
            • Sulfates
      • Thermal stability trends (Group 1 & 2 carbonates and nitrates)
      • Flame colours (Group 1 & 2)
        • Experimental procedures
          • Thermal stability trends (Group 1 & 2 carbonates and nitrates)
    • Group 7
      • Trends
        • Melting & boiling points
        • Physical states @ room temp
        • Electronegativity
        • Reactivity
          • Redox reactions of halide ions w/ chlorine, bromine & iodine in (aq) soln
      • Reactions (n terms of changes of ox. numbers)
        • Ox. reactions w/Group 1 & 2
          • REACTIONS SIMILAR TO THESE
            • Disproportionation of Cl w/water
              • Use of Cl in water treatment
            • Disproportionation of Cl w/cold dilute (aq) NaOH to form bleach
        • Disproportionation of Cl w/water
          • Use of Cl in water treatment
        • Disproportionation of Cl w/cold dilute (aq) NaOH to form bleach
        • Disproportionation of Cl w/hot alkali
          • REACTIONS SIMILAR TO THESE
        • Reactions
          • Solid Group 1 halides w/ conc. sulfuric acid (reducing abilities of hydrogen halides)
          • Precipitation reactions of (aq) anions w/(ap) silver nitrate soln followed by (aq) ammonia soln
          • Hydrogen halides w/ammonia & water (to produce acids)
        • Predictions about fluorine & astatine, using knowledge of trends
      • Analysis of inorganic compounds
        • Reactions to identify..
          • Carbonate & hydrogencarbonate ions
          • Sulfate ions
          • Ammonium ions
          • Ionic eqns

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