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Acids and Bases

What is the definition of an Acid? A Proton (H+ Ion) Doner
What is the definition of an Base? A Proton (H+ Ion) Acceptor
What is the definition of an Alkali? A type of base that dissolves in water producing OH- ions
What is the formula for Sulphuric Acid? H2SO4
What is the formula for Hydrochloric Acid? HCL
What is the formula for Nitric Acid? HNO3
What happens when an acid is added to water? The acids splits into its component parts
Some common bases include Metal Oxides and Metal... Hydroxides
What is the definition of an Ammonia? NH3 is a gas that dissolves in water to produce a weak alkali solution
What is the definition of an Salt? Is an Ionic Compound formed from an Acid when a H+ Ion is replaced by a metal ion or another positive ion
Sulphuric Acids produce... Sulphate Salts
Salts are produced... by the neutralisation reactions between acids and (bases, carbonates and Alkalis)
Acid + Carbonate ... = Salt + Carbon Dioxide + Water
What can ammonia be used for? Fertilisers, Explosives, Dyes and Fibers
Created by: stu036791