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Acids/Bases/Salts

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Chemical Formula Atoms of elements that make up a molecule= NaOH
Chemical Equation Contains reactants and products of chemical reaction
Acids Substances that produce hydrogen ions in water solution
Conservation of Mass Number of each of reactants equals the number of each atom of products
Bases Any substance that forms hydroxide ions in a water solution and accepts H+ from acids.
Ion A positively or negatively charged atom or molecule
Dissociation =Seperation=Bases seperate to form a positive ion and hydroxide ion.
pH The potential for Hydrogen
pH Scale A scale that measures how acidic or basic a substance is. This ranges from 0-14
Indicator Something that reveals the pH of a particular substance, or whether it is acidic or basic. Usually done by changing colors
Buffer A substance that minimizes the changes in pH for a solution
Litmus Paper the paper that changes color to determine if a substance is acidic or basic
Created by: gleekster