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Acids have a _______ sharp taste. Fill in missing word Sour
The pH scale measures what? The strength of an acid or a base
The pH scale ranges from what numbers? 0-14
A substance below 7 on the pH scale is an _______? Acid
A substance that has a pH of 7 is said to be? Neutral e.g. distilled water
A substance that has a pH above 7 is called a? Base
Acid used to make sodium chloride Hydrochloric acid
Base used to make sodium chloride Sodium hydroxide
When an acid and a base react salt and what other substance is formed? Water
Used to tell when an acid has neutralised a base by changing colour Indicator
Used to hold the base during a titration Conical flask
Used to transfer the base to the flask Pipette
Used to hold the acid Burette
Gas formed when a metal reacts with an acid Hydrogen
Salt formed when zinc reacts with Hydrochloric acid Zinc chloride
Colour of litmus in an acid Red
Colour of litmus in a base Blue
Paper used to tell the pH of an acid or a base Universal indicator paper
Hydrogen burns with a squeaky pop
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