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1) Describe three ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are similar to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
2) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are similar to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
3) Describe two ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are different to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
4) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are different to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
5) State three uses of transition metals (or their compounds).

I am not cheating. I did the the rest of the 50 questions.
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1) Describe three ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are similar to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
2) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are similar to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
3) Describe two ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are different to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
4) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are different to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
5) State three uses of transition metals (or their compounds).
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1) Describe three ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are similar to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
2) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are similar to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
3) Describe two ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are different to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
4) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are different to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
5) State three uses of transition metals (or their compounds).
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Help = google
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Maybe try looking in your course book...
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Maybe try looking in your course book...
Couldn't find them...
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Couldn't find them...
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Does it have an index section?
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Make a lot of the features of transition metals and group 1 and 2 metals, then compare and contrast the differences.
Transition metals are used as catalyst in chemical and industrial processes (catalysis), in mineral supplements, (Vitamin B12 is a cobalt complex ion) rechargeable battery cells, as indicators for titrations, and many more things.
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1) - Conduct electricty.

- Conduct heat.

2) - React with acids.

- Form positive ions in salts.

- Can form oxides when added to water.

3) -Alkali Metals are very soft and Trans. metals are not.

- Transition metals have high b.ps and m.ps.


4) - Alkali metals react quickly and vigorously with water (and transition metals react slowly).

- Alkali metals can only be ionised to 1 ions whereas transition metals can have a variety of ions.

- Alkali metals react with oxygen in the air at room temperature whereas transition metals require more heat to react with oxygen in the air.

5) - Dyes (coloured compounds)

- Building materials (toughness and strength)

- Metal containers (not very reactive with what they will contain)






Sorry if these answers aren’t top quality but they are certainly all true, i’m not sure what the mark schemes will want.
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Physical properties would be things like how strong, ductile or brittle they are I would assume as well as if they conduct heat, electricity etc.
Chemical properties are how reactive they are and what properties are shown during reaction.

If you are unsure what transition metals are, it’s the block on the periodic table from group 3-12.
Hope any of this helps
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(Original post by Exite)
1) Describe three ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are similar to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
2) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are similar to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
3) Describe two ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are different to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
4) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are different to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
5) State three uses of transition metals (or their compounds).
Have you considered the radical step of referring to a book, or searching internet (Google is your friend in this respect)?

Why should someone else do your work for you? If you don't know about transition metals it's about time you did some studying.
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(Original post by Exite)
1) Describe three ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are similar to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
2) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are similar to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
3) Describe two ways in which the physical properties of the transition metals are different to the physical properties of the alkali metals.
4) Describe three ways in which the chemical properties of the transition metals are different to the chemical properties of the alkali metals.
5) State three uses of transition metals (or their compounds).

I am not cheating. I did the the rest of the 50 questions.
... and please do not make three threads on exactly the same question. This is SPAM.
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... and please do not make three threads on exactly the same question. This is SPAM.
I am just desperate for answers. If you don't like my thread then go away.
This isn't spam.
Definition of SPAM on google- irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the Internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.
Get your facts right.
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Spam; verb
send the same message indiscriminately to (a large number of Internet users).

Cheating;

1. Any act in which a person intentionally uses another’s work or directly copies from another

Facts.

If you have trouble answering your questions, do you research, go back to the study materials. Don’t come on a forum and continuously ask others to do your work for you.
If you don’t understand something then that’s different, but trying to get others to do your work for you isn’t okay.
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Spam; verb
send the same message indiscriminately to (a large number of Internet users).

Cheating;

1. Any act in which a person intentionally uses another’s work or directly copies from another

Facts.

If you have trouble answering your questions, do you research, go back to the study materials. Don’t come on a forum and continuously ask others to do your work for you.
If you don’t understand something then that’s different, but trying to get others to do your work for you isn’t okay.
already did everything i could. books didn't help. i did the other 45 questions. i was confused on these ones.
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I am just desperate for answers. If you don't like my thread then go away.
This isn't spam.
Definition of SPAM on google- irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the Internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.
Get your facts right.
I refer you to the TSR study help guidelines. https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wik...elp_Guidelines

Particularly relevant to you are the below:

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Can you lot stop being Karens and just leave OP alone. Like they said, they completed the rest of the questions just not these specific ones. I assume when someone makes this sort of post they are asking for hints and advice rather than just straight up asking for the answer. It’s people like you lot who are that reason why kids feel they can’t ask for help off their teachers, parents or peers because they feel shamed for immediately not understanding a concept. If you’re not going to give them genuine advice or want to help them, they why would you take the valuable time out of your day to comment?
errr, forum moderation, maybe?

The OP was asked not to spam the forum and stick to the guidelines for posting.
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errr, forum moderation, maybe?

The OP was asked not to spam the forum and stick to the guidelines for posting.
They weren’t spamming the forum, they were spamming the comments of their own post
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They weren’t spamming the forum, they were spamming the comments of their own post
Exhibit 1: "... and please do not make three threads on exactly the same question."

Exhibit 2: "charco Study Forum Helper"

Exhibit 3: "Forum Helpers: They also help to keep those forums tidy..."

There used to be three separate threads. They have now been merged into one. I wonder who did that?!? Perhaps the chap who has been here since oh around about the time you were coming out of nappies.
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Mate you care waaaay too much. It’s just a forum for students to whine about school.
I bet you were the type of prefect that would yell at year sevens to go outside during lunch and have a superiority complex cause you were given an ounce of authority.
Calm down bud.
As an outsider and recent entrant into this thread, I see it as you that needs to calm down.

The facts that I see are:
1. The OP posted three separate threads asking the same question, charco had to merge them and merely pointed out that the OP was spamming the board.
2. The OP was asking for help without showing evidence of attempting the Q. Both charco and I have been teaching for many many years. We both know that simply answering someone's question is a terrible way of that person learning.
3. We have to believe the OP that there were 45 other Qs and that the OP could answer them. The entire premise of "I am not cheating. I did the the rest of the 50 questions." could be a lie.

You may think that "It’s just a forum for students to whine about school.", but it is a private limited company with a net worth of about £850k.
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