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My Acids and Alkalis

A summary of facts to do with acids and alkalis

What colour does the universal indicator turn when it reacts with something ph4? Orange.
Where can you find hydrochloric acid? In the human stomach.
What kind of ions do alkalis release when they react with water? hydroxide ions.
To which family of substances does lemon juice belong? acids.
What colour does litmus turn when it reacts with an alkali? blue.
Bleach has a pH of 11, is it acidic or alkaline? Alkaline.
Define an base. A metal oxide or hydroxide.
Define an acid. An acid is dissolved in water to release hydrogen ions, and produces a solution with a pH of below 7.
What would be the products of copper oxide and sulphuric acid? Copper Sulphate and water (a salt and water).
Name the reaction between a base and an acid to produce a substance with a pH of 7. NEUTRALISATION.
Created by: Jessj99