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Chemistry Acids

Chemistry Symbols, Equ., Acids & Bases

QuestionAnswer
Zinc Zn
Iodine I
Fluorine F
Iron Fe
Magnesium Mg
Chlorine Cl
Sodium Na
Sulfur S
Potassium K
Phosphorus P
Calcium Ca
Nitrogen N
Hydrogen H
Carbon C
Oxygen O
Copper Cu
What does the 'plus sign' stand for in a chemical equation? And
What does an arrow pointing to the right stand for in a chemical equation? Yields or produces
Items written on the right side of an equation mean what? products or things that are produced
Items written on the left side of an equation mean what? Reactants - things we start with
Two arrows on top of each other faceing different directions Reveraible reaction
Example of a reversible reaction is: amino acids and proteins
What can change color of dies and has a sour taste Acid
What reacts reacts with metal? Acid
What can nuteralize a base Acid
What releases hydrogen ions (H+) when disolved in water Acid
An example of a acid is Hydrochloric acid = HCL - H+ + Cl in your stomach
An example of a acid is Sulfuric acid H2SO4 in your car batteries
An example of a acid is Acetic acid HC2H3O2 which is vinger
What has a bitter taste and changes colors of dies Base
What has a slipery feeling and nuteralizes acid Base
What releases hyroxide ions (HO-) when released in water Base
An example of a base is Sodium Hydroxide NaOH
An example of a base is Potassium hydroxide KOH (which eats skin)
What do you get when you mix an acid with a base Water and salt
Discribe what kind of ion is salt releases for metal Positive ion
Discribe what kind of ion is salt releases for non metal Negative ion
Water water solution conducts elecrity due to the presence of ions Salt and electrolytes
An example of a electrolyte is Saline
What substance does not coduct electrity because of no ions non-electrolyte
An example of a nonelectrolyte is glucose, alcohol, distilled water
On the pH scale values less then 7 would be considered Acidic
On the pH scale values greater than 7 would be considered basic
What pH value is considered neutral 7
What pH value has the strongest acid 0
What pH value has the strongest base 14
What is another word for basic Alkaline
What pH values are considered a strong acid 0 - 1
What pH values are considered a moderate acid 2 - 4
What pH values are considered a weak acid 5 - 6
What pH values are considered a weak base 8 - 9
What pH values are considered a moderate base 10 - 12
What pH values are considered a strong base 13 - 14
Created by: spawmary