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Starter Question. Write a word, chemical and balanced equation for each of the following reactions. When zinc is placed in copper sulphate solution the copper is displaced out of solution and zinc sulphate is formed.

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Starter Question

  • Write a word, chemical and balanced equation for each of the following reactions.
  • When zinc is placed in copper sulphate solution the copper is displaced out of solution and zinc sulphate is formed.
  • In photosynthesis glucose (C6H12O6) is formed from carbondioxidev and water, oxygen is also produced.
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Inter- Molecular Bonding

This is bonding that occurs between molecules

Hydrogen bonding

London Forces

Polar- polar attractions

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Today’s Task

In your groups you must research:

Polar- polar attractions

Hydrogen bonding

London dispersion forces

You have 30 minutes to complete this task

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You now have 15 minutes to share the information you researched with the rest of your group.

You will then need to hand in your research as a group

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Now plot a graph of the group 6 hydrides and explain the trend that you see.

Then add the boiling points of the group 7 hydrides to your graph and explain the trend