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Acids and Bases

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When you test a substance with red litmus paper and it turns blue what does it mean. Its a base
When you test a substance with blue litmus paper and it turns red what does it mean? Its an acid
On the ph scale what does it mean if something is higher than 7 Its a base
On the ph scale what does it mean if something is lower than 7 Its an acid
If lemon juice had a ph of 1 would it be an acid, base, or neutral An acid
if lye had a ph of 14 would it be an acid, base, or neutral A base
If water had a ph of 7 would it be an acid, base, or neutral Neutral
Acids produce ______ ions (H3O+)when dissolved in water. hydronium ions
Bases produce ______ ions (OH-) when dissolved in water. hydroxide
Examples of Acids and Bases. Acids: lemon juice, stomach acid, and hydrochloric acid. Bases: baking soda, ammonia, and calcium hydroxide.
Created by: amari_is_kool