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1. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium + sulfuric acid
2. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium + nitric acid
3. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium + hydrochloric acid
4. Name the salt made when these react… Zinc + sulfuric acid
5. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium oxide + sulfuric acid
6. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium hydroxide + nitric acid
7. Name the salt made when these react… Magnesium carbonate + sulfuric acid
8. Name the salt made when these react… Copper oxide + hydrochloric acid
1. Name the salt made when these react… Calcium carbonate + sulfuric acid
10. Name the gas made when these react… Magnesium + sulfuric acid
Acids… Learning objectives: Know that salts are formed from reactions with acids. Know how to write correct word equations. Know what salts are formed.
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1. Write down everything you can remember about: 2. Do you remember any properties of an acid?
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Do now! Can you talk to your partner about what we learned last lesson?
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