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Chem Mod 10

Apologia Chemistry Module 10

Acids taste _______ sour
Acids are covalent compounds that (do, do not) conduct electricity when added to water do
Acids turn _______ litmus paper _______ blue; red
Bases taste _______ bitter
Bases feel _______ when dissolved in water slippery
Bases turn _______ litmus paper _______ red; blue
Indicator A substance that turns one color in the presence of acids and another color in the presence of bases
Acids are molecules that _______ H⁺ ions donate (most begin with an H)
Bases are molecules that _______ H⁺ ions accept (most contain an OH)
Amphiprotic compounds Compounds that can act as either an acid or a base, depending on the situation
When ionic compounds dissolve, they _______ split into their constituent ions
Ionic compounds (can, cannot) conduct electricity when dissolved in water can
Polyprotic acid An acid that can donate more than one H⁺ ion
Acid + Base → Salt + Water
Molarity A concentration unit that tells how many moles of a substance are in a liter of solution M =
Dilution Adding water to a solution in order to decrease the concentration
Dilution equation M₁V = M₂V₂
Titration The process of slowly reacting a base of unknown concentration with an acid of known concentration (or vice versa) until just enough acid has been added to react with all of the base. This process determines the concentration of the unknown base (or acid)
Created by: thomas.macri