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An acid
a) has a high pH in solution. b) turns red litmus paper to blue. c) releases hydroxyl ions in solution. d) releases hydrogen (or hydronium) ions in solution.
An acid
a) has a high pH in solution b) turns blue litmus paper to red. c) releases hydroxyl ions in solution. d) has more hydroxyl than hydrogen (or hydronium) ions.
An acid
a) has a low pH in solution b) turns red litmus paper to blue c) releases hydroxyl ions in solution d) has more hydroxyl than hydrogen (or hydronium) ions.
An acid
a) has a high pH in solution. b) turns red litmus paper to blue. c) releases hydroxyl ions in solution. d) has more hydrogen (or hydronium) than hydroxyl ions.
What will be the outcome of putting litmus paper into tomato juice?
a) red paper turns blue, blue paper turns red. b) red paper does not change, blue paper turns red c) red paper turns blue, blue paper does not change d) red paper does not change, blue paper does not change
What will be the outcome of putting litmus paper into lemon juice?
a) Red paper turns blue, blue paper turns red. b) Red paper does not change, blue paper turns red. c) Red paper turns blue, blue paper does not change. d) Red paper does not change, blue paper does not change.
A base
a) has a low pH in solution. b) turns blue litmus paper to red. c) releases hydroxyl ions in solution d) releases hydrogen (or hydronium) ions in solution
A base
a) has a low pH in solution b) turns red litmus paper to blue c) releases hydrogen ions in solution d) has more hydrogen (or hydronium) than hydrogen ions
Mixing an acid and a base (of the same strength and in equal amounts) will result in
a) combustion b) acidification c) neutralization d) intensification
What will be the outcome of putting litmus paper into distilled water?
a) red paper turns blue, blue paper turns red. b) red paper does not change, blue paper turns red. c) red paper turns blue, blue paper does not change. d) red paper does not change, blue paper does not change.
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