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Acids and Alkalis

What colour should phenolpthalein turn when an acid and alkali react? Pink
What colour should universal indicator turn when the pH is 7? Green
What is the titration equation (C1*V1)/n1 = (C2*V2)/n2
What ion is most abundant in acids? H+
What ion is most abundant in bases? OH-
What is used most commonly used to test the acidity or alkalinity of a substances? Litmus Paper
What is the chemical formula for Hydrochloric Acid HCl
What is ALWAYS formed when an acid and a base react? Salt and Water
Name the 4 lab acids Sulphuric Acid, Nitric Acid, Ethanoic Acid, Hydrochloric Acid
Name a use of Nitric Acid Fertilisers
What do the bonding in acids and the bonding in alkalis have in common They are both ionic
Created by: gw10watsonjack9