Quiz 1c. Reminders of types of elements

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(a) The element is a colourless gas in air.

(b) The compound is formed by burning fuels.

(c) The element sulfur is a yellow solid and an example of a in its properties e.g. melting point and a conductor of and electricity.

(d) The compound is formed by heating copper strips in air.

(e) The water is formed by combining and oxygen.

(f) Copper wire is made up of of atom and so is called an and a typical in its properties e.g. melting point and a conductor of heat and .

(g) Calcium carbonate, CaCO3 is made of a combination of atom and so is called a compound e.g. is for calcium and is for carbon and O is for oxygen.