Presentation on theme: "Reactions of metals with acid"— Presentation transcript:
1Reactions of metals with acid Wednesday 27th JulyReactions of metals with acid
2Reaction of metals All acids contain Hydrogen Metal + acid salt + hydrogenThe salt formed depends on the acid usedHNO3 forms Nitrate saltsH2SO4 forms Sulphate saltsHCl forms Chloride salts
3Reactivity series of metals PotassiumsodiumcalciummagnesiumaluminiumzincIronLead(Hydrogen)coppersilvergoldDecreasing activityEven though hydrogen is not a metal it can be placed in the reactivity series due to its reactivityMetals above hydrogen in the reactivity series will react with acid to make a salt + hydrogen.Metals below hydrogen will not react with acids.
4Why do metals react with acid? ClHMetal more reactive than HNaCl+H
5The more reactive the metal, the more vigorous the reaction. The least reactive metals do not react at all.PotassiumsodiumcalciummagnesiumaluminiumzincIronLead(Hydrogen)coppersilvergoldDecreasing activityWhich metal fits the description silver; potassium; ironExplodes in acidBubbles slowly in warm acidDoesn’t react
6Name of Salt Formula Contains calcium chloride CaCl2 Ca Cl Formula of saltsHow many of each type of atom does the formula of the salt represent?Name of SaltFormulaContainscalcium chlorideCaCl2CaClsodium sulphateNa2SO4NaSOmagnesium sulphateMgSO4Mgmagnesium nitrateMg(NO3)2Ncalcium sulphateCaSO4