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What is the correct equation for pH
a) log[H^+]
b) -log[OH^-]
c) pOH + pH = 12
d) -log[H^+]

An acid is a
a) proton acceptor
b) proton donor
c) ion acceptor
d) hydroxide donor

KOH is a
a) strong base
b) weak acid
c) strong acid
d) weak base

HNO3 is a
a) strong base
b) weak base
c) strong acid
d) weak acid

The correct name for H2SO4 is
a) hydrosulfuric acid
b) sufurous acid
c) sulfuric acid
d) sulfic acid

The pH of 1.0 x 10^-4 HCl is
a) -4
b) 4.0
c) 14
d) 4.1

A strong base has a pH of
a) 12-14
b) 7
c) 5-9
d) 1-3

HCl + KOH will form
a) water + OH^-
b) HK + HClO
c) HClO^3
d) H20 + KCl

A strong acid has a pOH of (notice it is pOH and NOT pH) Think pH + pOH = 14
a) 1-3
b) 7
c) 5-8
d) 12-14

What color will water have when Universal Indicator is added
a) red
b) yellow
c) green
d) blue

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