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What happens when you add an acid and a base?
a) they combust
b) they separate
c) they neutralize
d) they disappear

An indicator is used to measure the
a) pH of a solution
b) the solubility of the solute
c) number of components in a mixture
d) speed at which a solute dissolves

Which number (s) are a possible pH for a solution that contains more hydronium ions than hydroxide ions?
a) 7
b) 8
c) 9
d) 6

Composition can vary
a) compound
b) mixture
c) element
d) concentration

Can be described as saturated
a) concentration
b) element
c) compound
d) solubility

When you add more solute to a solution, you change the
a) solubility
b) concentration
c) compound
d) substance

Can be described as dilute
a) solubility
b) pH scale
c) concentration
d) energy

Keeps its physical properties after being combined
a) substance
b) compound
c) mixture
d) element

What forms hydroxide ions when mixed with water?
a) bases
b) acids

What are formed when acids mix with water?
a) hydroxide ions
b) hydronium ions
c) acids
d) bases

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