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Chem07

Chemistry Chapter 7

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What does an acid taste like? Sour
What color does acid turn a litmus indicator? Red
How does a base tastes like? Bitter
What color does a base turn a litmus indicator? Blue
What does an acid taste like? Sour
What color does acid turn a litmus indicator? Red
What is an acid? A molecular substance that breaks up in an aqueous solution into hydrogen ions (H+) and anions.
How does a base tastes like? Bitter
What is a base? A substance that releases hydroxide ions (OH-) in an aqueous solution.
What color does a base turn a litmus indicator? Blue
How does a base feel like? Slippery
Give examples of acids. Vinegar, lemon juice, and milk
What is an acid? A molecular substance that breaks up in an aqueous solution into hydrogen ions (H+) and anions.
What is Neutralization? A combination of H+ and OH- to form water.
What is a base? A substance that releases hydroxide ions (OH-) in an aqueous solution.
What are Acidic Anhydrides? Nonmetal oxides that react with water.
How does a base feel like? Slippery
Give examples of acids. Vinegar, lemon juice, and milk
Give examples of bases. Bleach
What is Neutralization? A combination of H+ and OH- to form water.
What are electrolytes? Salts that conduct electricity when dissolved in water.
What are Acidic Anhydrides? Nonmetal oxides that react with water.
What does "⇋" means? Represents a slight ionization explains that the reaction is reversible.
What are Basic Anhydrates? Metal oxides that react with water.
What is a Strong Acid? Ionizes completely not many strong acids exist.
What is a weak acid? Ionizes slightly, more common.
What is a strong base? It's when the beat DROPS!... When a base is completely ionized in water.
What is a weak base? A sad base.. or when a base is slightly ionized in water.
What is a pH scale? It is used to describe the acidity or basicity of a solution.
When can we smell bicarbonate? .005 ppm
When does the smell of bicarbonate bother us? .36 ppm
When does the smell of bicarbonate kill us? 3ppm
What is Lactose Intolerance? People who cannot handle lactose, why? They do not produce lactase.
What is the suffix of sugar? -ose
What are Enzymes sensitive to? pH and temperature, which is the reason why we get fevers.
Give an example of an acid and a base yielding a neutral solution: HCl + NaOH -> NaCl + H2O
Why is the 12th of February important? It's Lincoln's birthday!
Where is acid on the pH scale? 0 - 6
Where are bases on the pH scale? 8 - 14
Where is the neutral area on the pH scale? 7
If I have 10 ice cubes and you have 11 apples. How many pancakes will fit on the roof? Purple because aliens don't wear hats.
Created by: Carprincess