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Topic 7 - Properties Of Substances

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SG Chemistry (Scotland) Topic 7 - Properties of substances

  
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1.  Non-metals do not conduct electricity. Which non-metal is the only exception?
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2.  In which state(s) do metals conduct electricity?
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3.  Which of the following will conduct electricity in the state shown.
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4.  Grease is a covalent compound.  Which of the following liquids is it likely to be soluble in?
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5.  What state is sodium sulphate likely to be at room temperature?
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6.  There are a wide range of covalent compounds.  Which state(s) do they exist?
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7.  During an electrolysis, what type of charged particle will flow through the wires?  Electolyte
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8.  Which ion electron equation, correctly identifies what is happening at the negative electrode.
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9.  Which of the following statements is correct.
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10.  Why does electrolysis not work, if the electrolyte used is sugar solution?
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11.  Which of the following would be the correct ionic formula for sodium sulphate?A (Na+)4(SO4 2-)2    B  Na2SO4    C  (Na+)2SO4 2-  D  Na4SO42 
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