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Acids and Alkalis

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What color is a concentrated acid? Red
What color is a concentrated alkali? Purple
What is the name of the universal indicator? Phenolphtalein
What units are used to measure concentration? (mol/l)
What color is neutral? Green
What is the name of technique used to make the alkali drip? Drop wise
What do you use to measure out the acid? Pepette
What do you use to measure the alkali? A beaker and burette
What does an acid and a alkali make? Salt and water
What does an acid and metal make? Salt and hydrogen
What does metal carbonate and an acid make? Salt, water and carbon dioxide
What does an acid and metal oxide make? Salt and water
What is acid high in? Hydrogen
What is an alkali high in? Hydroxide
What is meant by neutralisation? When there is an equal amount of both substances
What is the name of calculation you use to calculate volume and concentration? Titration
Created by: ChantelGow