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Part 1: Acids and Alkali

  1. The pH scale runs from pH1 to what number?
  2. Universal indicator is added to a liquid. What will it do to show the pH? Change colour, bubble or separate the liquid?
  3. Is bleach an acid, neutral or an alkali?
  4. What colour is universal indicator in a strong alkali?
  5. What colour is universal indicator in a strong acid?
  6. What is the name of the acid that we have in our stomach?
  7. What is a pH number that indicates a neutral substance?
  8. A liquid has a pH of 8, does that mean its an acid, alkaline or neutral?
  9. What acid could be used to make ammonium nitrate (a type of fertiliser)?
  10.  What is the name of the salt made from nitric acid and potassium hydroxide?

  Part 2: The Periodic Table

  1.  Who developed an early periodic table?
  2.  What does the vertical columns show in the periodic table?
  3.  Which of these is an element in group 2? Sodium, Aluminium or Calcium?
  4.  Where are the metals found in the periodic table? On the left, right or scattered all over?
  5.  What is the symbol for sodium?
  6.  What is the symbol for potassium?
  7.  What is the element with the symbol Au?
  8.   Is water an element or a compound?
  9.  What element is also the same name as one of the planets?
  10.  What element is the name of an American 5 cent coin?


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