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What type of substance contains H+ ions that ionize when dissolved in water?
a) Acids b) Bases c) Salts d) Waters
What types of substance has a pH of less than 7?
a) Acids b) Bases c) Salts d) Electrolytes
Ternary Acids all contain a
a) Base b) Walowitz c) Polyatomic ion d) Acidophilus
What type of substances contains OH- ions that ionize when dissolved in water?
a) Acids b) Salts c) Bases d) Water
Which of these substances would be the most basic?
a) pH 1 b) pH 7 c) pH 9 d) pH 13
Mixing an acid with a base makes what two substances?
a) Soap and Ethers b) Esters and Alcohols c) Salt and Water d) Tacos and Coke
What is the controlled process of acid-base neutralization?
a) Filtration b) Titration c) Distillation d) Saponification
A solution with a pH of 3 is how many times more acidic than a solution with a pH of 5?
a) .01 b) 1 c) 10 d) 100
According to an alternative theory of acids and bases, what substance acts as a proton (H+) donor?
a) Acids b) Bases c) Salts d) Waters
According to an alternative theory of acids and bases, what substance acts as a proton (H+) acceptor?
a) Bases b) Acids c) Salts d) Waters
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