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METALS AND ACIDS. METALS AND ACIDS. Metals Magnesium Iron Sodium Calcium. METALS AND ACIDS. Metals Magnesium Iron Sodium Calcium. Acids Hydrochloric acid Sulphuric acid Nitric acid Ethanoic acid. METALS AND ACIDS. Metals Magnesium Iron Sodium Calcium. Acids

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METALS AND ACIDS

Metals

Magnesium

Iron

Sodium

Calcium


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METALS AND ACIDS

Metals

Magnesium

Iron

Sodium

Calcium

Acids

Hydrochloric acid

Sulphuric acid

Nitric acid

Ethanoic acid


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METALS AND ACIDS

Metals

Magnesium

Iron

Sodium

Calcium

Acids

Hydrochloric acid

Sulphuric acid

Nitric acid

Ethanoic acid

Metal + Acid  Salt + Hydrogen













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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

  • Instructions

  • Care! You should wear GOGGLES and LAB-COATS at all times during this practical

  • Obtain a dropping tile

  • Add a few drops of each of the solutions to individual ‘holes’ in the dropping tile. Make sure you know which solution is which

  • Choose a metal

  • Add one piece of that metal to each of the solutions

  • Observe – you will need to watch carefully for any evidence of a reaction taking place

  • If a reaction takes place, put a tick into the relevant box. If no reaction takes place, put a cross.

  • If a reaction takes place, try and describe what is happening

  • Wash all the reactions into a large beaker – do NOT put any solids into the sink!

  • Repeat for each metal using fresh solutions








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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate 


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate 


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate  lead (II) sulphate + copper


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate  lead (II) sulphate + copper

lead is more reactive than copper


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate  lead (II) sulphate + copper

lead is more reactive than copper

but

copper + lead (II) sulphate 


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate  lead (II) sulphate + copper

lead is more reactive than copper

but

copper + lead (II) sulphate  no reaction


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DISPLACEMENT REACTIONS

Summary

More reactive metals can displace less reactive metals from their solutions

e.g.

magnesium + iron (II) nitrate  magnesium nitrate + iron

magnesium is more reactive than iron

and

lead + copper (II) sulphate  lead (II) sulphate + copper

lead is more reactive than copper

but

copper + lead (II) sulphate  no reaction

copperis not more reactive than lead


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