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Reactions between Metals and Acids

This worksheet tests a student's ability to know the reactions between Metals and Acids.

'Reactions between Metals and Acids' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Chemistry: Chemical Reactions

Curriculum subtopic:  Reactions of Acids with Metals

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet tests a student's ability to know the reactions between Metals and Acids.

When an acid reacts with a metal, the acid will dissolve the metal to produce the metal salt of that acid; at the same time it will produce hydrogen gas.

The general formula can be represented as:

2H+ + M = 2M+ + H2

 

Example:

The reactions of different metals with dilute acids.

Zinc + Sulfuric Acid → Zinc Sulfate + Hydrogen

Zinc + Hydrochloric Acid → Zinc Chloride + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid by filling out the missing word.

Tin + ____________ → Tin Sulfate + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Lead + ____________ → Lead Sulfate + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Magnesium Chloride  + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Iron Chloride  + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Magnesium + Hydrochloric acid  →  Magnesium _________  + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Calcium + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  +  ________

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  + Hydrogen

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Tin + Hydrochloric acid  →  ________  Chloride  +  Hydrogen

Complete the passage by using the correct word.

Some metals react with acids to produce bubbles of ____A____ and a _____B______ which usually _____C______ in the acid. The ______D_____ can be tested by collecting it in a test tube and lighting it. If it is hydrogen, it will ignite with a ______E_____ _____F_______.

 ABCDEF
SQUEAKY
POP
HYDROGEN
GAS
DISSOLVES
SALT
  • Question 1

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid by filling out the missing word.

Tin + ____________ → Tin Sulfate + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
sulfuric acid
  • Question 2

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Lead + ____________ → Lead Sulfate + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
sulfuric acid
  • Question 3

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Magnesium Chloride  + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
Magnesium
  • Question 4

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Iron Chloride  + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
iron
  • Question 5

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Magnesium + Hydrochloric acid  →  Magnesium _________  + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
Chloride
  • Question 6

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
Calcium
  • Question 7

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Calcium + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  +  ________

CORRECT ANSWER
hydrogen
  • Question 8

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

___________ + Hydrochloric acid  →  Calcium Chloride  + Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
Calcium
  • Question 9

Complete the reactions between metals and dilute acid.

Tin + Hydrochloric acid  →  ________  Chloride  +  Hydrogen

CORRECT ANSWER
tin
  • Question 10

Complete the passage by using the correct word.

Some metals react with acids to produce bubbles of ____A____ and a _____B______ which usually _____C______ in the acid. The ______D_____ can be tested by collecting it in a test tube and lighting it. If it is hydrogen, it will ignite with a ______E_____ _____F_______.

CORRECT ANSWER
 ABCDEF
SQUEAKY
POP
HYDROGEN
GAS
DISSOLVES
SALT
EDDIE SAYS
Some metals react with acids to produce bubbles of __HYDROGEN__ and a __SALT__ which usually __DISSOLVES__ in the acid. The __GAS__ can be tested by collecting it in a test tube and lighting it. If it is hydrogen, it will ignite with a __SQUEAKY___ _____POP__.
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