Burning substances in Oxygen

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What do you observe when burning Iron in Oxygen?
Iron goes darker when burned and produces yellow sparks.
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What do you observe when burning Magnesium in Oxygen?
Magnesium produces a great, white flame.
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What do you observe when burning Carbon in Oxygen?
Little reaction - went red hot.
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What do you observe when burning Copper in Oxygen?
Copper went dark and glowed red hot.
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What do you observe when burning Sulfur in Oxygen?
It burns with a blue flame.
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What do you observe when burning Sodium in Oxygen?
It produces a golden, yellow flame.
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What colour does Sulphur give when tested with UI?
It goes red
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What colour does Magnesium give when tested with UI?
It goes green.
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What colour does Carbon give when tested with UI?
It goes red.
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What colour does Soduim give when tested with UI?
It goes blue.
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What colour does Iron give when tested with UI?
It goes green.
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What conclusions can you make about metal oxides and non-metal oxides?
Metal oxides are acidic and non-metal oxides are basic.
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What do you observe when burning Magnesium in Oxygen?

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Magnesium produces a great, white flame.

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