Acid- Base equilibria

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  • Created on: 30-09-13 17:39

1. what does conjugated base mean ?

  • Two acid joined to form a base
  • has one less hydrogen and is one unit more negative (in terms of charge)
  • An acid and a base joined together
  • two bases joined together
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2. What is a strong Acid ?

  • only very slightly ionised in aqueous solution
  • ionised in aqueous solution forming hydroxide ions
  • Something that oxidises very strongly
  • totally ionised in aqueous solution forming Hydrated ions

3. Which of these is a strong Acid ?

  • HCL
  • H20
  • H2CO3

4. What is an Acid?

  • A substance that tastes sour
  • An acid turns litmus paper blue
  • An acid is a substance that gives (H+) ions to a base
  • A substance that produces H+ ions aqueous solution

5. What is the conjugated acid of H2O ?

  • H2O
  • H3O+
  • H+
  • 2H+


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