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Props of Acids Bases

cava s2d27 303 3.01 Properties of Acids and Bases

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acids taste [...]. acids taste sour.
[...] are slippery when wet. bases are slippery when wet.
basic solutions are also called [a-] solutions. basic solutions are also called alkaline solutions.
The word acid comes from the Latin word acidus, meaning "[...]." The word acid comes from the Latin word acidus, meaning "sour."
Acids react with [-s]. Acids react with metals.
[...] is probably the best example of how a base feels. Soap is probably the best example of how a base feels.
Bases have a [...] taste. Bases have a bitter taste.
When mixed, acids and bases form [-s]. When mixed, acids and bases form salts.
A [...] reaction is when an acid and base react with each other. A neutralization reaction is when an acid and base react with each other.
In any neutralization reaction, the result is [...] and a salt. In any neutralization reaction, the result is water and a salt.
Created by: mr.shapard