C4.6 Metals

1. A given metal may have several ores in its example, Hematite (Fe2O3), Magnetite (Fe3O4), siderite (FeCO3) and iron pyrites (FeS2) are all iron ores. True of False

2. Name the chief ore of iron

3. How do the most reactive metals such as Sodium get extracted?

4. How do metals react with cold water and steam?

5. Mention the common metal ores

6. Mention the uses of sodium

7. What is the name of purifying a metal by grounding into a fine powder then mixing it with water containing special oils such as pine oils?

8. Describe the commercial extraction of Aluminum metal

9. How do metals react with acids?

10. Name the chief ore of Sodium metal

11. Mention the Uses of Iron

12. An ore from which a metal can be obtained on a commercial scale is referred to as

13. Mention the effects of metals on the environment

14. What results in the difference in density in metals?

15. Name the chief ore of Zinc

16. Name the chief ore of Aluminum

17. What occurs before the extraction process of a chief ore?

18. Name the chief ore of Lead

19. How do metals react with chlorine?

20. Describe the commercial extraction of Copper

21. Mention the uses of copper metal

22. Describe the commercial extraction of Zinc metal

23. Describe the chemical properties of sodium metal when left in the atmosphere

24. Mention the physical properties of metals

25. Describe the commercial extraction of Copper metal

26. Name the chief ore of copper

27. How do the most reactive metals such as Sodium get extracted?

28. Mention the uses of Zinc

29. Mention the uses of Aluminum

30. Describe the commercial extraction of sodium metal

31. Mention the steps of concentrating an ore before undergoing the purification process

32. What results in the difference in electrical conductivity in metals?

33. Describe the commercial extraction of Iron

34. Some metals occur naturally in a free uncombined state while others are found combined while others as elements. True or False