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7 Acids and Alkalis

Acids and alkalis keywords

A substance that turns litmus red. It has a pH of less than 7. acid
Chemical name for vitamin C. ascorbic acid
The acid in vinegar. ethanoic acid
Substances that attack metals, stonework and skin corrosive
Another word for irritant. harmful
A common acid that is also found in your stomach. hydrochloric acid
A common acid. Used in car batteries. sulfuric acid
Substance that turns litmus blue. Has a pH of more than 7. alkali
A dye that will change colour in acids and alkalis. indicator
A simple kind of indicator. It turns red in acids and blue in alkalis. litmus
Substance that is not an acid or an alkali. Has a pH of 7. neutral
A mixture of indicators giving a different colour depending on how weak or strong an acid or alkali is. universal indicator
A tube with a tap at the bottom and a measuring scale on its side. Used to add a measured quantity of a liquid to another one. burette
When something is made pH7 neutralisation
Created by: grovebiol