Acids and Their reacitions

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What happens when an acid dissolves in water
The molecules dissociate to form H plus ions
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What makes it acidic
H plus Ions
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What does strong acids to do
Strong acids fully dissociate to form a high amount of H plus ions
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What do weak acids do
Weak acid only partially dissociate so there’s a lower amount of H plus ions
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The stronger acid ...
The higher the concentration = lower PH of H plus ions
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The weaker the acid…
The Lower the concentration = higher pH H plus irons
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What does the PH scale change by
It goes down by 10
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What is mash
Metal + acid —> salt + hydrogen
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What is Absw
Ape boy sucks water. Acid + base —> salt + water
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What is amswc.
Ape man sucks water cold. Acid + metal carbonate —> salt + water + carbon dioxide
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What makes it acidic

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H plus Ions

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The stronger acid ...

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