2Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 1/2These outcomes relate to thePowerPoint Slides 1-4 on Corrosion
3Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 1/2 What is corrosion?Do all metals corrode?What term is used for iron corroding?What causes corrosion?What can speed up rusting?
4Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 1/2 How does this speed up rusting?What is the formula for the iron compound formed in corrosion?What ion is formed in the first stage of iron corroding?What type of reaction is this?
5Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 2/3These outcomes relate to thePowerPoint Slides 5-8 on Corrosion
6Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 2/3 What chemical test can detect the iron rusting? What are the results?What ion does the test detect?What is oxidation?What ion is formed in the first stage of rusting?
7Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 2/3 What ion is formed in the second stage of rusting?What ion is produced when oxygen and water pick up electrons?What type of reaction is this?What indicator turns pink with these ions?
8Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 3/4These outcomes relate to thePowerPoint Slides on Corrosion
9Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 3/4 When iron is connected to copper in a cell, why does it rust?How can this be shown by experiment?When iron is connected to magnesium in a cell why does it not rust?How can you tell by experiment?
10Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 4/5 At this point consolidate all you know so far using Slide 15 andAssessment 12.2 from the pink textbook
11Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 5/6These outcomes relate to thePowerPoint Slides on Corrosion
12Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 5/6 What ways can iron be physically protected?Why, if tin is scratched, does iron rust faster?In electroplating, what terminal is iron coated with a metal?What type of reaction occurs here?
13Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 6/7These outcomes relate to thePowerPoint Slides on Corrosion
14Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 6/7 What ways can iron be chemically protected?What is galvanising?Why can galvanising supply physical and chemical protection?What metal is generally used in sacrificial protection?
15Topic 7 Corrosion Lesson 6/7 In terms of electrons, why is iron protected by coating with zinc or placing close to magnesium?
16Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 7/8At this point consolidate all youKnow so far using Slide 22 andAssessment 12.1 from the pinktextbook
17Relates to Workbook 7.9 Core Topic 7 CorrosionLesson 8/9No Power Point exists for the last few learning outcomes.Relates to Workbook 7.9 Core
18Topic 7 Cells Lesson 8/9What is a cell?What is an ion-bridge needed for?Which way do electrons flow when zinc is connected to a carbon rod in an acid solution?What type of reaction is this?
19Topic 7 Cells Lesson 8/9Can you write this ion-electron equation?What is happening to the hydrogen ions?What type of reaction is this?
20Topic 7 Cells Lesson 8/9What type of rods can connect non-metal solutions together?When iodine solution is connected to the sulphite ion solution , what happens to the iodine?Can you write the ion-electron equation for this?
21Topic 7 Cells Lesson 8/9What type of reaction is this?What happens to the sulphite ion?Can you write the ion-electron equation for this?