Equations, Group Trends in Periodic Table

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IGCSE Chemistry (C3 The Periodic Table and Equations) Note on Equations, Group Trends in Periodic Table, created by ShreyaDas on 03/31/2014.

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Reactant + Reactant --> ProductWord equation doesn't tell you anything about the proportions in which they react

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State symbolssolid (s)liquid (l)gas (g)Substance is dissolved in water - aqueous (aq)

Symbol equation tells us:- which substances are the reactants- which substances are the products- the formula of all the substances involved in the reaction- numbers of moles of all the substances involved - states of all the substances

Rules:1. Write the word equation2. Convert the words into the correct chemical formulae (gaseous elements except for noble gases are diatomic)3. Fill in the state symbols4. Balance the equation- same number of atoms before and after reaction- do not change chemical formulae to balance the equation- only placing whole numbers in front of the formulae can change the proportions of the reactants and products

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- When an ionic compound OR strong acid dissolves in water it DISSOCIATES into IONS and becomes a conductor of electricity- When these solutions react, the molecular equation can be simplified by writing an ionic equation

HCl (aq) + NaOH (aq) --> NaCl (aq) + H2O (l)atoms/molecules that didn't change state didn't react = spectator ionsSpectator Ions:  Cl + NaNet Ionic Equation doesn't include spectator ions= H (aq) + OH (aq) --> H2O (l)

Elements are ordered by atomic number (represents the number of protons)Groups: vertical columns where elements have the same number of valence electrons- have similar chemical and physical propertiesPeriods: horizontal rows where electrons are filling the same energy level/shell

Metals on the left = metalsmetals on the right = non-metalsMetalloid = chemical elements that aren't classified

pH of period 3 oxides- going across the groups the pH decreases- metals are basic- non-metals are acidic or neutral- acidic = sulphur dioxide (dissolves in water to form acid rain)- neutral = hydrogen oxide (water) and carbon monoxide 

All oxides of metals can act as bases, but some can act as acidic oxides as well = amphoteric oxides

4 types of oxides:- basic:-- lithium oxide-- sodium oxide- acidic-- sulphur oxide-- chlorine oxide- neutral-- carbon monoxide-- hydrogen oxide (water)- amphoteric-- aluminum oxide-- zinc oxide

Noble Gases- unreactive gases (full electron shell)- 1% of the earth's atmosphere- non-metals- colorless gases

Oxides are used to determine whether an element is a metal or a non-metal.Most non-metals are classed as acidic oxides. While most metals are classed as basicoxides.Acidic Oxides Reacts with water to form acids Neutralises alkaline solution to form salt + water Basic OxidesNeutralises acidic solutions to form salt + waterAmphoeteric OxidesThese are non-metals which display both acidic and basic propertiesAlkaline OxidesReacts with water to form alkaline solutionsNeutral OxidesDo not display either of the acidic or the basic oxides’ properties.

Lithium:  Bubbles seen H2 released Disappears Sodium: Melts and forms a ball as the reaction is exothermic. The heat causes the sodium to melt. Same as Lithium Potassium: Lilac flame seen as the hydrogen burns. Same as sodium

Reacting with water (Mr Rowcliffe ran)

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- stored in oil so that they don't react with oxygen- rusted quickly once exposed to air- hydrogen is produced when they react with water- hydroxides are formed (OH)Potassium > Sodium > LithiumReactivity of group 1 metals increase going down the groupall metals rect with water to form strong alkaline solutionsmelting point and hardness decreases as you go down the group

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