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Cabbage juice will change the color of an acid to
a) green b) purple c) pink d) blue
The pH range of an acid is
a) 0-7 b) 1-7 c) 7-14 d) 0-6
The pH range of a base is
a) 0-7 b) 7-14 c) 8-14 d) 6-12
It is easy to recognize the formula of an acid because
a) acid formulas always end in OH b) acid formulas always start with H c) acid formulas are always H20 d) acid formulas cannot be recognized
It is easy to recognize the formula of an base because
a) Base formulas always end with OH b) Base formulas always end with H c) Base formulas always start with H d) Base formulas always start with OH
An acid has
a) more hydronium ions than hydroxide ions b) more hydroxide ions than hydronium ions c) equal numbers of hydronium ions and hydroxide ions d)
A base has
a) more hydronium ions than hydroxide ions b) more hydroxide ions than hydronium ions c) equal numbers of hydroxide and hydronium ions d)
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn cabbage juice green?
a) stomach acid b) coffee c) milk of magnesia d) water
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice purple?
a) water b) milk of magnesia c) bleach d) coffee
Cabbage juice will change the color of a base to
a) red b) purple c) pink d) green
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn cabbage juice green?
a) bleach b) water c) coffee d) stomach acid
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice pink?
a) water b) milk of magnesia c) bleach d) stomach acid
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice pink?
a) water b) coffee c) milk of magnesia d) bleach
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). Which beaker of solution would you use to clean?
a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d)
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). In the experiment, what is the independent variable?
a) different solutions b) ion concentration c) red and blue d) stomach acid
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). In the experiment, what is the dependent variable?
a) stomach acid b) different solutions c) ion concentration d) stomach acid
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The first beaker (figure 1) is a(n)
a) acid b) base c) neutral d)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The middle beaker (figure 2) is a(n)
a) acid b) base c) neutral d)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The third beaker (figure 3) is a(n)
a) acid b) base c) neutral d)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). Which two solutions could you mix to make a neutral solution?
a) Figure 1 and Figure 2 b) Figure 1 and Figure 3 c) Figure 2 and Figure 3 d)
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