Chemistry 2b

Alfie Ross
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Chemistry C2b based on the Collins Science Revision book for Additional Science at GCSE. Lacks some detail, especially on salts, acids and alkalis.

Alfie Ross
Created by Alfie Ross almost 6 years ago
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Chemistry 2b
1 Rates of Reaction
1.1 Reaction rate=amount of reactant used up /time
1.1.1 Could measure (at timed intervals)... Volume of gas formed Number of bubbles formed Time of for one reactant to dissolve
1.2 What effects it?
1.2.1 Temperature Increases energy and therefore kinetic energy
1.2.2 Concentration Increase collision freqeuncy more particles for same volume
1.2.3 surface area Collisions occur on surfaces
1.2.4 Catalysts Include transition metals and their compounds Different in different reactions Reduce costs in industrial reactions Molecules absorbed on catalyst surface
1.3 Reaction types
1.3.1 Exothermic energy to surroundings
1.3.2 endothermic energy from surroundings
1.3.3 Reversible= Exothermic one way, endothermic the other Equilibrium occurs when reactions occur at same rate/both directions Depends on conditions e.g. temperature
1.4 Yield
1.4.1 The amount of product obtained in a reaction Better if: Exothermic High pressure removing products and replenishing reactants
2 Electrolysis
2.1 Free ions
2.1.1 metals= positive move to neg. electrode Cathode
2.1.2 Non-metals= negative move to pos. electrode Anode
2.1.3 When molten, free to move
2.2 Equations
2.2.1 1/2 equations Represent oxidations and reductions e.g. Sodium chlordie Na+ (aq) + e- --> Na (s) Reuction, pos/neg charge cancel out Na+ gains 1 electron, has no charge 2Cl-(aq)-->Cl2 (g) + 2e- Oxidation, neg/pos charge balanced 2cl- loses 2 electrons
2.3 Uses
2.3.1 If the metal in the reaction... Is less reactive than hydrogen Metal comes out at cathode Hydrogen stays in solution any metal more reactive than hydrogen can react with an acid Is more reactive than hydrogen We get hydrogen! Metal stays in solution
2.3.2 Sulfate solutions give oxygen at anode
3 Salts, Acids and Alkalis
3.1 Bases
3.1.1 metal oxides and hydroxides
3.1.2 React with acids
3.1.3 Make salts acid+metal=metal salt+hydrogen acid+ammonia= ammonium slat acid+soluble/insoluble base=metal salt +water
3.2 Ammonia forms alkaline solution in water
3.2.1 Would be good fertiliser, except to alkaline React with acid and get neutral salt- perfect
3.3 All acids contain hydrogen ions
3.3.1 H+
3.4 All Alkalis contain Hydroxide ions
3.4.1 OH-
3.5 In neutralisation reactions...
3.5.1 Hydrogen and hydroxide ions react to make water
3.5.2 They always produce a salt
3.6 Precipitates
3.6.1 Insoluble salts- can be made as precipitates
3.6.2 Iron impurities make into insoluble salts to remove from water

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