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CROSSWORD PUZZLE FORM 5 CHEMISTRY

PATTERNS OF REACTIVITY

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5. The costly method of extraction needed to produce very reactive metals. (12)

6. Sodium does this as it floats and reacts with water. (5)

7. The compounds formed when elements burn in oxygen. (6)

8. The reactive part of air that corrodes metals! (6)


9. A useful metal, once got from Cornwall, used to coat the inside of steel food cans to stop rusting.

(3)

10. The physical description of copper oxide. (5,5)


12. The final universal indicator colour when sodium has finished wirth water! (6, not violet)

15. The word describing the type of reaction: zinc + copper sulphate ==> zinc sulphate + copper

(12)

17. You do NOT put this soft metal in acid!!!! (6, and NOT cesium!)

20. This means to get the metal from its ore. (7)

22. Salt formed when magnsesium carbonate dissolves in hydrochloric acid (9,8)

23. Its a pity it rusts so easily! (4)

25. Sodium is kept under this because it is so reactive to oxygen and water. (3)

27. Formed by reacting copper oxide with nitric acid (6,7)


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1. These react with metals to form a flammable or even explosive gas! (5)
2. A useful list or or order of metals we get from seeing how fast they react with water or acids

(10,6)

3. Used as yellow money!!!!! (4)

4. Collecting scrap iron and steel is to (7)? a useful metal.

11. A metal that is not very reactive until you do the thermit reaction! (9)

13. An indicator for every solution? (9)

14. The call-sign of a well known gas next to a lit splint!! (3)

16. The black compound formed when an orange metal is heated in air. (6,5)

18. Storing this in cans leads to corrosion unless the tin is coated!

19. When metals are (4)? in the 'series' they react fast!

21. The gas formed when metals react with acids or water. (8)

24. An orange-brown powder, such a waste of iron! (4)

26. When metals are (3)? in the reactivity series they are usually easier to extract.
CROSSWORD PUZZLE FORM 4 CHEMISTRY

SIMPLE CHEMICAL REACTIONS

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1. Statues made from this might fizz in very acid rain! (6)

3. General name for a chemical you start with before anything happens in a reaction. (8)
7. Used to show what has happened in a chemical reaction and can be made of words or symbols

and little maths! (8)

9. General name for what is formed by the end of the reaction. (7)
10. This type of chemical readily reacts with many metals forming hydrogen, and with carbonates

to form carbon dioxide. (4)

11. An everyday word for combustion and desire! (7)

12. A colourless liquid formed from burning fossil fuels. (5)

13. A longer word for burning.(10)

15. The fuel on top of the birthday cake! (6,3)

18. The squeaky pop gas with a match! (8)


19. A gas formed on burning a hydrocarbon or fossil fuel (6,7)
21. Quite a reactive metal with acids and burns with a bright white flame to a white powder. (9)

22. The type of compound formed by combining an element with oxygen. (5)
23. You bubble a gas into it to test for carbon dioxide, but it doesn't taste as nice as the juice! (9)

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2. You use one of these to test for hydrogen and no spill. (3,6)

4. This type of element reacts with acids to make hydrogen. (5)

5. 1st name of a well known acid in the laboratory. (12)

6. Something that is burned to produce heat energy. (4)

8. The gas in air that reacts with fuel molecules in combustion. (6)

14. This means be warned! (6)


15. When you see this in the 2nd part of a chemical name, you know it will bubble with acid. (9)

16. A long dead kind of fuel! (6)

17. What you see and hear on pouring acid onto marble chips! (4)

18. Given out with light in burning reactions. (4)

20. Fuel from photosynthesis, come on, chop, chop!


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CHEMISTRY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

REACTIVITY OF METALS AND METAL COMPOUNDS


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2. When using universal indicator, this is the colour to aim for in neutralisation! (5)

5. This type of element doesn't usually react with acids. (8 or 3,5)

9. NaCl, MgO etc. but not Fe, Al, H etc.! (8)

11. This gas is given off when a metal reacts with water or acids. (8)

12. Universal indicator colour in acids. (3)

14. It is always solid at room temperature except mercury. (5)

15. The acid that makes nitrate salts. (6)

16. It neutralises an alkali. (4)

17. You see these when cleaning an iron tray with acid. (7)

19. A reactive metal that burns very brightly to form an white oxide. (9)

21. 1st name of the acid used in car batteries, but ph not f! (9)

23. The colour of the solution when copper oxide dissolves in sulphuric acid. (4)

24. 2nd part of the name of a kind of alkali, the sodium version is soluble. (9)

25. A simple sort of compound that forms salts with acids. (5)
26. The name of the chemical process when an acid reacts with an alkali and s not z! (14)

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1. Moderately reactive metal used to galvanise steel. (4)

2. A yellow shiny metal. (4)

3. Metals are good conductors of (11)?

4. 1st name of the acid that makes chloride salts. (12)

6. The end of salt name from nitric acid. (7)

7. The colour of universal indicator in sodium hydroxide. (6 but not violet)

8. They always fizz with acids! (10)

10. The end of name of a salt made from hydrochloric acid. (8)

13. Gas formed when carbonates dissolve in acids. (6,7)

18. The problem with iron and steel, they (4)?


20. I'm afraid this happens to useful metals like iron and steel unless you protect them. (8)

21. A very reactive metal with water, but the orange street lamps are OK in the rain! (6)
22. It neutralises and acid. (6)

24. Copper pans are a good conductor of (4)?