Chemistry: Year 9 Term 4: Salts From Metals

Reactions between metals and acids can only occur when what? (2)
The metal is more reactive than the H ions as they are displayed
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Define "salt" (2)
A compound formed when hydrogen in an acid is replaced by metal/ammonium ions
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What is the pH of a salt? (1)
7/neutral
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How can pure/dry salt crystals be obtained? (4)
1) Evaporate water from solution 2) Heat until small crystals form 3) Leave for evaporation 4) Leave to dry
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HCl creates what salts with what ions? (2)
Chlorides (Cl -)
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H2SO4 creates what salts with what ions? (2)
Sulfates (SO4 2-)
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HNO3 creates what salts with what ions? (2)
Nitrates (NO3 -)
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What loses electrons in the reaction between a metal/acid? (1)
Metal
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What gains electrons in the reaction between a metal/acid? (1)
Hydrogen
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Define "salt" (2)

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A compound formed when hydrogen in an acid is replaced by metal/ammonium ions

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What is the pH of a salt? (1)

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How can pure/dry salt crystals be obtained? (4)

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HCl creates what salts with what ions? (2)

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