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Acid taste sour, reacts with metals, neutralizes a base
base taste bitter, feel slippery, neutralizes an acid
pH of 7 neutral, not an acid or base
pH of 8 weak base
pH of 14 strong base
pH of 6 weak acid
pH of 1 strong acid
lemons,vinegar,organges examples of acids
soap,shampoo, bleach examples of bases
indicators chemicals that determine if something is an acid or base
litmus paper turns red in an acid, blue in a base
pH paper turns different colors to determine exact pH number
litmus paper only tells whether something is an acid or base, does not tell pH number
phenolphthalein clear indicator solution that turns magenta in a base, stays clear in an acid
solution homogeneous mixture
solute part that dissolves in solution
solvent the part dissolves the solute
turns red litmus blue base
turns blue litmus red acid
blue litmus stays blue base
red litmus stays red acid
Created by: science7th