Form 4 Operational Definition An alkali metal that reacts more vigorously with water is a more reactive metal. 1.

When blue litmus paper turns red, the solution formed shows acidic property 2. When blue litmus paper turns white, the solution formed shows bleaching property. The appearance of a brown solid shows formation of iron(III) halides. 1. Oxide that dissolves in water to form solution with pH less than 7 is acidic and pH more than 7 is alkaline. 2. Oxide that can dissolve in an acid exhibits basic properties. 3. Oxide that can dissolve in an alkali exhibits acidic properties. 4. Oxide that can dissolve in both acid and alkali exhibits amphoteric properties Differences in observation at the anode indicate different types of products formed When an electric current is produced, the voltmeter shows a reading. Displacement reaction occurs when there is a deposition of metal. Blue litmus paper turning red indicates acidic property. The dent is smaller, then the material is harder. The more blue the colour, the higher is the rate of rusting. Form 5 Operational Definition The rate of reaction is measured by how fast the volume of carbon dioxide, CO2 increases. The rate of reaction is measured by how fast the 'X' is hidden by the yellow precipitate. Elasticity of rubber is the difference between the length after the weight used to stretch it is removed, l3 and the the original length l1. The change in colour of the solutions at arm X and arm Y shows the transfer of electrons. Rusting of iron is the formation of blue colourisation when iron is in contact with a less electropositive metal/ Presence of blue colouration in agar-agar. Chapter 1: Factors that affect Rate of Reaction 1: Factors that affect Rate of Reaction 2: Fats 3: Redox Reactions 3: Rusting as a Redox Reaction Page 6 8 66 78 79 Chapter 4: Group 1 Elements 4: Group 17 Elements 4: Group 17 Elements 6: Electrolysis of Aqueous Solution Page 36 40

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