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acids and alkalis

3 examples of acids citric acids, saliva, stomach acid
properties of acids acids are highly reactive and if tasted slightly sour
properties of alkalis Jelly touch
what colour do acids and alkalis turn litmus paper? acids = red alkalis = blue
what is the scientific word that 'eats away things' corrosive
A pH below seven is ......... A pH above seven is ........ A pH of seven is ......... A pH below seven is AN ACID A pH above seven is AN ALKALI A pH of seven is NEUTRAL
what always contains hydrogen? Acids
what do you not get in neutralization BUBBLES
What does pH stand for? power of hydrogen
what does an indicator tell you - whether a solution is acidic or alkaline - how acidic or alkaline
what is neutralization? neutralization is when an acid an an alkali react to produce a salt plus water
equation for neutralization ACID + ALKALI =(should be an arrow) A SALT + WATER
Created by: MH532