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Chap. 24&25 Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Hydrogen Bond A strond dipole-dipole attraction between a slightly positive hydrogen atom on one or molecule and a pair of nonbonding electrons on another molecule
Soulbilty The ability of a solute to dissolve in a given solvent
Soulble Capable of dissoliving to an appreciable extent in a given solvent
Insoluble Not capable of dissolving to an appreciable extent in a given solution
Precipitate A solute that has come out of solution
Acid A substance that donates hydrogen ions
Neutrilization A reaction in which an acid and base combine to form a salt
Base A substance that accepts hydrogen ions
Hydronium A water molecule after it accpets a hydrogen ion
Hydroxide A water molecule after it accpets a hydrogen ion
Acidic solution A solution in which the hydronium ion concetration is higher than the hydroxide ion concentration
Basic solution A solution in which the hydroxide ion concentration is higher than the hydronium ion concentration
Neutral Solution A solution in which the hydronium and hydroxide ion concentrations are equal
pH A measure of the acidity of a solution, equal to the negative of the bass-10 logrithim of the hydronium ion concentration
Created by: Maggiehooks