Chemical Properties of Elements2011

Chemical Properties of Elements2011 - Chemical Properties...

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Chemical Properties of Elements Observations: Elements Reaction In… Air (Physical Properties) Water Acid Mg (Magnesium) -silvery white -solid at room temp. -malleable -bubbles form on surface after being in water for a while -fizzed, bubbled -steam -slowly dissolved -gas was produced Ca (Calcium) -dull grey/silver -hard -solid -quick reaction -gas produced -bubbling -litmus paper turns blue -bromothymol turns dark blue N/A Al (Aluminum) -silvery-grey -soft, lightweight metal -malleable -solid -no reaction -litmus paper does not change colour -bromothymol remains the same colour -no reaction with the acid -the solution was acidic because the litmus paper was red Zn (Zinc) -bluish pale gray -solid -no reaction -litmus paper does not change colour -bromothymol remains the same colour -no reaction with the acid -the solution was acidic because the litmus paper was red Cu (Copper) -orange-brown -shiny -solid -no reaction -litmus paper does not change colour -bromothymol remains the same colour -no reaction with the acid
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course EE 1244 taught by Professor Drera during the Fall '10 term at Conestoga.

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