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Unit Review of Acids, Bases, and Solutions

Acids tend to have a ______________ taste. sour
Bases tend to have a ______________ taste. bitter
Acids range from ______ to ______ on the pH scale. 1-6
Bases range from ______ to ______ on the pH scale. 8-14
Are bases closer to 14 stronger or weaker? stronger
Are bases closer to 8 stronger or weaker? weaker
Are acids closer to 1 stronger or weaker? stronger
Are acids closer to 6 stronger or weaker? weaker
When you add an acid to a base, what two products will you have? salt and water (a neutral substance)
What is the process called, when an acid is added to a base, which results in the creation of salt and water? neutralization
What is the universal solvent? water
In a solution, the substance BEING dissolved is called the... solute
In a solution, the substance that is DOING the dissolving is called the... solvent
A solution is what type of mixture? homogeneous
Why is a solution a physical change? parts can be easily separated out
How could you remove sand from a beaker containing salt, sand, and water? filter out the sand
How could you remove salt from a beaker containing salt and water? boil the water, to evaporate out the water, which leaves behind the salt
Does an acid or a base contain more H+ ions? acid
Does an acid or a base contain more OH- ions. base
How could you separate a beaker containing a mixture of sand and iron particles, of the same size? Use a magnet to pull out the iron particles (in a physical mixture items can be separated out; in this case, based on their properties)
Created by: Mr.McKeehan



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