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Metals, Acids and Alkalis

Target: G = green, B = Blue, P = purple.

Specification

TAG

Page number

Identify some metals and name some properties of metals and non metals

G

1.6.1

Describe the properties and uses of metals and non-metals.

G

1.6.1

Explain the uses of metals and non-metals based on their properties.

B

1.6.1

Design a toy that makes use of the properties of copper. Relate properties to atomic structure - conductivity

P

1.6.1

Name some acids in the Lab and at home

G

1.6.5

Describe what an acid is and give examples.

G

1.6.5

Explain the hazards that acids pose.

B

1.6.5

Construct a risk assessment for using acids in the lab / explain H+ ions in acids

P

1.6.5

Define a salt

G

1.6.8

Describe the reaction between acids and metals using word equations and particle diagrams.

G

1.6.2

Compare the reactivities of different metals.

B

1.6.2

Generalise and explain the reaction between acids and metals.

P

1.6.2

Recall what a pH scale measures.

G

1.6.7

Follow a procedure to use indicators to identify acids and alkalis.

G

1.6.7

Analyse data from different indicators.

B

1.6.7

Argue the effectiveness of different indicators.

P

1.6.7

Recall and use the pH scale

G

1.6.7

Follow a procedure to use indicators to identify chemical reactions.

G

1.6.7

Explain colour changes in terms of pH and neutralisation.

B

1.6.7

Write a generalised equation for neutralisation

P

1.6.8

List equipment needed to plan an investigation

G

1.6.9

Follow a procedure to make a neutralisation salt

G

1.6.9

Explain method used in practical to make a neutralisation salt

B

1.6.9

Design an investigation to make a salt

P

1.6.9

Name some strong acids and alkalis

B

1.6.5, 1.6.6

Describe what makes a strong acid / alkali

B

1.6.5, 1.6.6

Correctly explain the terms: dilute, concentrated, weak, strong

P

1.6.5, 1.6.6

Explain acids and alkalis in terms of ion concentration

P

1.6.5, 1.6.6

 



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