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When an acid and a base mix together they react chemically to form salt and water. This is called what?
a) neutralization reaction b) equilibrium c) reversible reaction d) exothermic reaction
Purified water with a pH of 7
a) neutral substance b) base c) salt d) acid
Substances that produce H+ when dissolved in water
a) acid b) salt c) base d) neutral substance
Substances that produce OH- in a water solution
a) base b) acid c) salt d) neutral substance
Vinegar; pH 3
a) acid b) salt c) base d) neutral substance
Ammonia; pH 11.8
a) base b) acid c) salt d) neutral substance
Any ionic compound that does not contain a hydrogen (H+) ion or hydroxide ion (OH-).
a) salt b) acid c) base d) none of these
Have an hydroxide ion (OH-) bonded to a cation.
a) base b) acid c) salt d) neutral substance
This measures the concentration of hydronium ions H3O+ in a solution to determine the acidity.
a) pH scale b) basic scale c) neutralization scale d) Mohs scale
What color would litmus paper who it is used to measure an acid?
a) red b) blue c) yellow d) green
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