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m6 Acid Base Balance

Define "Anion". Negative charged ions.
What do you call the conjugate (combined) base of a weak acid? It also accepts and relinquuishes H+, thereby minimizing changes in free H+ concentration. It's called a "Buffer".
Define "Cation". Positive charged ions.
What is the chemical property(name) for "Lactic Acid"? C3 H6 O3
What is "HCo3-"? It's called "Biarbonate".
What does "H+" mean? It is hydrogen.
What is "H2Co3"? Its called "Carbonic Acid".
What is an atom, or group of bonded atoms which have lost or gained one or more electrons, making them negatively or positively charged? An "Ion".
How would you describe the loss of electrons by a molecule, atom or ion? It is "oxidation".
Created by: paulgrant