Acids,bases and alkalis.

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Acids,bases and alkalis
Acids,bases and alkalis
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What is the pH scale of an acid?
Less than 7
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When blue litmus paper is added to an acid what could does the litmus paper turn to
Red.
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Name a base
You can choose any of these: Copper oxide, Zinc oxide and sodium hydroxide.
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Neutralisation reactions
Neutralisation reactions
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What substance needs to be added to an acid to neutralise it?
Base
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Whats the word equation for the reaction of an acid and a base?
acid+base-salt+water
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Whats the word equation for the reaction of nitric acid and sodium hydroxide?
Nitric acid+sodium hydroxide-sodium nitrate+water.
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What is a substance of salt?
Copper Chloride
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What is a substance of a base?
Sodium Hydroxide
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Name the two products that are always formed in a neutralisation reaction
Salt &Water
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The reaction between nitric acid and sodium hydroxide is a neutralisation reaction.
Nitric acid+sodium hydroxide-sodium nittrate+water.
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Name the two products that are always formed in a neutralisation reaction
Salt and water
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A word equation for the reaction of an acid with a metal
acid+metal-a salt+hydrodgen
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In the reaction of sulfric acid and calcium one of the products formed is
Calcium sulfate
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What is the pH scale of an acid?

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Name a base

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