Triple Chemistry

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Triple Chemistry
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  1. Halogens: At room temperature which is a pale yellow gas?
    Flourine
  2. Halogens: At room temperature which is a green gas?
    Chlorine
  3. Halogens: At room temperature which is a red-brown liquid?
    Bromine
  4. Halogens: At room temperature which is a grey solid?
    Iodine
  5. Halogens: Which vaporises into a violet gas?
    Iodine
  6. Water: What is scale and how is it formed?
    • Scale is insoluble
    • It is formed when water is heated
    • It covers appliances
  7. Water: What is scum and how is it formed?
    • Scum is insoluble
    • Formed when soap reacts with dissolved compounds in water
  8. Water: What's the difference between permanent and temporary hard water?
    Temporary hard water produces scale when it is boiled as the calcium and magnesium compounds form scale. It is softened by boiling.
  9. Water: How can you soften both types of hard water?
    • Method One:
    • By precipitating out the ions.

    • Method Two:
    • Ion Exchange Column
  10. Water: Boiling Temporary Hard Water...
    Fill in the gaps:

    2HCO3- (aq) → _____ (aq) + ___ (l) + CO2 (g)
    2HCO3- (aq) → CO32- (aq) + H2O (l) + CO2 (g)
  11. Water: Boiling Temporary Hard Water...Fill in the gaps:

    _____ (aq) → CO32- (aq) + H2(l) + ___ (g)
    2HCO31-(aq) → CO32- (aq) + H2O + CO2 (g)



  12. Water: Explain how to precipitate out the ions to remove harness.
    • Add washing soda (sodium carbonate
    • Reacts with calcium and magnesium ions
    • They form solid carbonates that can't react with soap
  13. Water: Explain how an ion exchange column works.
    • There is a resin containing sodium or hydrogen ion
    • When the hard water passes through the resin, calcium and magnesium ions attach to the resin
    • Sodium and hydrogen ions take their place in the water
  14. Water: Why is silver found in water filters?
    To kill bacteria
  15. Energy Calculations: How do you find the energy transferred?
    • Q=mcΔT Where...
    • Q is the amount of energy J
    • m is the mass of water g
    • c is the specific heat capacity of water J/goC 
    • ΔT is the temperature change oC
  16. Energy Calculations: What is the specific heat capacity of water?
    4.2 J/goC
  17. What type of reaction is it when a fuel or food reacts with oxygen?
    Exothermic
  18. How many Joules are equal to one calorie?
    4.2
  19. Energy Calculations: How do you convert from Joules to kJ?
    ÷1000
  20. Energy Calculations: How do you convert from kJ/g to kJ/mol?
    × kJ/g by the relative formula mass  of the substance

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