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KMHS_Chemistry

Chapter 19 Vocabulary: Acids and Bases

QuestionAnswer
Acid produces H+ ions in solutions
strong acid ionize the solution completly
weak acid only slightly ionize the solution
base Produces OH ions in solutions
pH concentration of the H+ ion
Bronsted-lowry theory Acid gives up H+ ion and base takes in H+ ion
conjugate acid base pair in bronsted lowry theory, a reactant and product that differ by a proton H+
Titration procedure where one solution is added to another until reaction is complete, concentration of one is known and other is not
Created by: KellyBeck