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Acids, Bases, and Salts Neumeyer 8

Acid substance that produces hydrogen ions (H+) in a solution
Properties of Acids -taste sour -are electrolytes (can produce electricity in a solution) -are corrosive when strong -react w/ indicators to produce predictable color change
Base substance that produces hydrogen ions (OH-) in a solution
Properties of Bases -many are crystalline solids -taste bitter -feel slippery -are corrosive when strong -react w/ indicators
Indicator organic compound that changes color in the presence of an acid or base e.g. litmus paper
Neutralization chemical reaction between an acid and a base in a water solution, which results in the formation of water and salts
Salt a compound formed when negative ions of an aicd combine with positive ions from a base
Created by: Guava24