Acids and bases - C2f

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What is the ionic equation for neutralisation?
H+ + OH- = H2O
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What does pH tell us?
The lower the pH the higher the concentration of H+ ions in an acid. The higher the pH the lower the concentration of H+ ions (and the higher the concentration of OH- ions) in an alkali.
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What are the equations for reactions with metal oxides, hydroxides and carbonates?
Acid + metal oxide/hydroxide = salt + water. Acid + metal carbonate = salt + water + carbon dioxide.
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Name common acids and the salt names.
Nitric acid produce nitrates, sulfuric acid produce sulfates, phosphoric acid produce phosphates and hydrochloric acid produce chlorides.
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What is the neutralisation equation (give an example)?
Acid + base = salt + water. For example, sulfuric acid + sodium hydroxide = sodium sulfate + water.
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What does pH tell us?

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The lower the pH the higher the concentration of H+ ions in an acid. The higher the pH the lower the concentration of H+ ions (and the higher the concentration of OH- ions) in an alkali.

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What are the equations for reactions with metal oxides, hydroxides and carbonates?

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Name common acids and the salt names.

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What is the neutralisation equation (give an example)?

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