2Metals (3.1) What objects are made of metal? What are the appearance and feel of metals?Do metals conduct?Which metal is normally a liquid?How would you test a substance to find out if it is metal?Where are metals on the periodic table?
3Alloys (3.1) What is an alloy? Give some examples. How can the properties of an alloy be altered?
4Atoms & The Periodic Table (3.1) How are atoms arranged in solids, liquids and gases?Which 2 elements are liquids?Where are the gases on the periodic table?In what ways can elements be classified?
5Atoms & The Periodic Table (3.1) What is meant by a family/group of elements?Where are the noble gases, alkali metals and halogens on the periodic table ?Where are the synthetic elements on the periodic table?Why are synthetic elements hazardous?
6Gases (3.1) What do the words monatomic and diatomic mean? What are the gases present in the air, their formulae and approximate percentages?How fast do the atoms move in solids, liquids and gases?
7Gases (3.1) How can air be separated into different gases? What can gases of the air be used for?How do you collect a gas over water? Draw a diagram.What happens when you test oxygen with a burning splint, a glowing splint and lime water?
8Metals & Oxygen (3.2)What happens when magnesium, iron and copper burn in oxygen?Write word equations for metals burning in oxygen.
9Metals & Water (3.3)What are lithium, sodium and potassium stored in, and why?How would you describe these metals, and their reactivity in water?How do calcium, magnesium, zinc and copper react in water?
10Metals & Water (3.3)Can you place metals in an order based on their reactivity?What gas is given off when a metal reacts with water, and how do you test for this gas?
11Metals & Acid (3.4)What gas is given off when a metal reacts with hydrochloric acid?How would you prove it?How do copper, iron, magnesium and zinc react with hydrochloric acid?
12Metals & Acid (3.4) What is a reactivity series? Using the reactivity series, how can you predict which metals will displace hydrogen?
13Metals & Acid (3.4)How do you write the word equation for the reaction between reactive metals and hydrochloric acid?What is the general word equation for the reaction between reactive metals and hydrochloric acid?How do you write formula equations for metals reacting with hydrochloric acid?
14Balancing Equations (3.4) What do diatomic elements look like in formula equations?How do you know if an equation is balanced or not?Can you balance equations?
15Metals & Ores (3.5)What are the most abundant elements in the Earth’s crust?Which metals are found naturally uncombined in the ground?Where are these metals in the reactivity series?
16Metals & Ores (3.5) What is a metal ore? How can you make copper from copper oxide using carbon?What gas is given off in this experiment?
17Recycling (3.5)What is recycling?Why is recycling so important?
18Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)What are reduction and oxidation in terms of oxygen?What is a redox reaction?
19Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)What is the general word equation for heating metal oxides when they decompose?What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with carbon?Can you write balanced formula equations for these reactions of metal oxides?
20Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with carbon monoxide?What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with hydrogen?Can you write balanced formula equations for these reactions of metal oxides?
21Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext) What is the general word equation for reacting metal oxides with carbonmonoxide?reacting metal oxides with hydrogen?Can you write balanced formulaequations for these reactions of metaloxides?
22Metal Oxides (3.5 Ext)Can you use the reactivity series to help explain why metal oxides are reduced by different methods?
23Production of Iron (3.5 ext) What type of furnace is iron produced in, and what are the raw materials for the process?What are the 3 key steps in the industrial formation of iron?What is a decomposition reaction? Give an example.
24Displacement Reactions (3.8) What is the rule for predicting if one metal can displace another metal from a solution of a compound?How can you check a metals position in the reactivity series by using displacement reactions?Can you write balanced formula equations for displacement reactions?
25Atomic Structure (3.2)What are the 2 kinds of electric charge and their symbols?What are the 3 particles in an atom, and their charges?Where are each of the 3 particles found in the atom?Which particle in the atom is moving?
26Atomic Structure (3.3)In terms of electrons, how are atoms of one element different to another?Using the periodic table, how do you know how many electrons an atom has?In terms of the nucleus, how are atoms of one element different to another?Using the periodic table, how do you know the charge on the nucleus of an atom?Why are atoms electrically neutral?What is the atomic number of an element, in terms of the particles in the nucleus?
27Atomic Structure (3.6)What do the circles stand for in the target picture of an atom?How do you write the electron arrangement for an atom from its target picture?Can you draw the target picture for any element, numbers 1-20?What is the maximum number of electrons allowed in each of the first 3 energy levels?
28Atomic Structure (3.7)What does the outer electron picture for an atom show?What is the connection between the number of outer electrons an atom has, and its position on the periodic table?
29Atomic & Mass Number (3.9) What does a.m.u. stand for? What are the masses of protons, electrons and neutrons?What is meant by the term mass number?Can you work out the numbers of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom from the atomic and mass numbers?Can you work out the numbers of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom from the detailed symbol?
30Atomic & Mass Number (3.9)Can you write detailed symbols for atoms, given the numbers of protons, neutrons and electrons?Can you write detailed symbols for atoms, given the atomic and mass numbers?
31Isotopes (3.9) What is an isotope? Why is the average atomic mass for an element rarely a whole number?