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Target:. Fizz and chips. State that carbon dioxide is given off when acids react with limestone . State that hydrogen is given off when acids react with metals Define the words reactant and product. Understand that heat and electricity can be used to split chemicals up .

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Fizz and chips

  • State that carbon dioxide is given off when acids react with limestone.

  • State that hydrogen is given off when acids react with metals

  • Define the words reactant and product.

  • Understand that heat and electricity can be used to split chemicals up.

  • Describe and carry out the tests for hydrogen and carbon dioxide.


7Fb

Fizz and chips

Target:

  • State that carbon dioxide is given off when acids react with limestone.



7Fa

Breaking up

Target:

  • Understand that heat and electricity can be used to split chemicals up.


Hoffman voltameter
Hoffman Voltameter



7Fb

Fizzy pop

Targets:

  • Describe and carry out the tests for hydrogen and carbon dioxide.

  • Define the words reactant and product.

  • State that hydrogen is given off when acids react with metals.


Carbonates neutralise acids
Carbonates neutralise acids

Carbonate + Acid  Salt + Water + Carbon dioxide

Calcium +Hydrochloric  Calcium +water +carbon

carbonate acid chloride dioxide

Ca CO3 + 2 HCl  CaCl2 + H20 + CO2



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