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Harris Science Test

Science Test for Mrs. Harris-Klassen

CharacteristicAcid/Base/Both
sour taste acid
bitter taste base
produce hydrogen ions in solution acid
is an electrolyte both
is slippery base
is often corrosive both
exists as a crystalline solid in an undissolved state base
produces hydroxide ions in solution base
can be detected with an indicator both
soaps are an example base
may be used to make fertilizer both
is used in pickling acid
forms through ionization acid
forms through dissociation base
compounds that produce this in solution are made up of polar molecules acid
produces hydronium ions acid
most compounds that produce this in aqueous solution are ionic base
exists in aqueous solution both
HCL is an example acid
ammonia is a common example base
conducts electricity both
Created by: iamgt91