From the period 3 elements, sodium, magnesium and aluminium are metallic. what does this mean?
silicon is a
if something is a semi-metal what does this mean
phosphorous,sulfur and chlorine are typical
do non-metal conduct electricity
do non-metal have high or low melting and boiling points?
argon is a
noble gases are
what type of reaction are all the elements in period 3?
why are the period 3 elements all redox reactions?
which period 3 elements react with water?
sodium and water react
describe what you see when sodium reacts with water
what is formed from the reaction of sodium with water?
write the equation of the reaction with sodium and water showing the changes in oxidation states
describe the reaction of magnesium and water
what is the result of the reaction of sodium with water?
write the reaction of magensium and water, showing changes in oxidation states.
how can you make the reaction of magnesium and water faster?
what are the products of heated magnesium and steam reacting together?
give the equation of heated magnesium and steam, showing the changes in oxidation state
in the reaction of water with sodium/magnesium is a redox one. what oxides and what reduces?
which elements in period 3 react with oxygen?
reactions of elements from period 3 with oxygen are all
describe sodium and oxygen reaction
what is the product of sodium with oxygen?
write the equation if sodium with oxygen?
describe magnesium with oxygen reaction
what is the product of magnesium and oxygen?
to make the flame more intense, what should you do?
write the equation of magnesium with oxygen
what happens to the oxidation states of magnesium and oxygen when they react together?
describe aluminium with oxygen reaction
the white powder produced when aluminum is reacted with oxygen is...
the equation for aluminum oxide and oxygen is....
aluminium is a reactive metal but appears to be unreactive..
aluminium is used in everyday products such as
even is aluminum's surface is scratched, why is it not reactive then?
when will silicon form silicon oxide?
write the equation of silicon with oxygen and show changing oxidation states
There are two types of Phosphorus, what are they?
before reacting red phosphorus with oxygen, what must you do?
how does white phosphorus react with oxygen?
red and white phosphorus are
write the equation of phosphorus with oxygen showing the changing oxidation numbers
if the supply of oxygen is limited in the reaction between phosphorus and oxygen, what else is produced?
which period 3 elements are metallic
describe the reaction between sulfur and oxygen
describe how the reaction takes place between sulfur and oxygen
draw the equation of sulfur and oxygen showing the changing oxidation states
in all reactions between period 3 elements and oxygen, what gets oxidised and what gets reduced?
as move from left to right of the period 3 elements, what happen to the oxidation number?
the melting points of metal oxides are
the type of bonding in aluminium is...
the covalent characteristics of the aluminium bonding is because
the greater the difference in electronegativities
if the difference in electronegativities is 0 then what does this mean about its bonding.
what is the bonding in silicon oxide?
does silicon oxide have a high or low melting point?
draw what pure ionic bonding looks like...
draw what distortion in ionic bonding looks like...
draw what some degree of covalent bonding looks like in Aluminium oxide
phosphorus oxide is solide. name the intermolecular forces in it
the melting points of phosphorus are fairly
what state are sulfur dioxide and trioxide
draw a table showing the oxides of the period 3 elements telling us their bonding and structure
which oxides are bases?
sodium oxides reacts with water to give
write the equation of the reaction between sodium oxide and water
magnesium oxide reacts with water to produce
write the equation for magnesium oxide and water
which oxides are insoluble?
acidic oxides are formed from
how does phosphorus pentoxide react with water?
and what does it produce?
write the equation showing phosphorus reacting with water
H2PO4(aq) ionies in stages, the first being...
sulfur dioxide is fairly soluble in water, and reacts to give an
sulfuric acid partially dissociates producing a H+ ion, which causes the acidity of the solution
how does sulfur trioxide react with water?
and what does it produce?
the equation for sulfur trioxide and water is
what is the overall pattern of reactions of period 3 oxides with water?
draw a table that summaries the oxides in water
what is the general pattern of the period 3 oxides? and how they react with water?
why does sodium oxide with water produce more alkaline solution than magnesium oxide?
why does aluminium oxide not react?
silicon dioxide will not react because
phosphorus and sulfur oxides react with water because
sodium and magnesium oxide react to give..
sodium oxide reacts with sulfuric acid to give ...
magnesium oxide react with HCl to give...
aluminium reacts with both
aluminium oxide with HCL gives us
aluminium oxide with hot conc sodium hydroxide gives us
silicon dioxide will react as a
silicon dioxide with hot concentrated sodium hydoxide produces
the reaction of Phosphorus pentoxide, P4O10,
phosphoric acid has three
phosphoric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide in 3 stages, where each H in turn reacts with a hydroxide ion, and is replaced by a Na ion
the overall reaction for Phosphorus pentoxide with sodium hydroxide is..
when we add sodium hydroxide to sulfur dioxide we first form
the equations for sulfue dioxide and NaOH is