C1 Topic 3: Acids

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What does an acid + base produce?
Salt + Water
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What does an acid + metal oxide produce?
Salt + Water
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What does an acid + metal hydroxide produce?
Salt + Water
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What does an acid + metal carbonate produce?
Salt + Water + CO2
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What salt is produced when a metal reacts with hydrochloric acid?
Chlorides
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What salt is produced when a metal reacts with nitric acid?
Nitrates
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What salt is produced when a metal reacts with sulphuric acid?
Sulphates
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What is electrolysis?
Breaking down substances using electricity
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What is the products when the electrolysis of hydrochloric acid occurs?
Hydrogen + Chlorine
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What is the test to show that hydrogen is present?
A lighted wooden splint makes a popping sound in a test tube of hydrogen.
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What is the test to show that chlorine is present?
Damp blue litmus paper turns red then bleaches white
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What is the product when the electrolysis of salt water occurs?
Chlorine
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What are the uses of chlorine?
Bleach, PVC and to clean water
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True or false: Chlorine is toxic
True
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What are the products when the electrolysis of water occurs?
Hydrogen (H2) + Oxygen (O2)
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What is the test to show that oxygen is present?
A glowing wooden splint relights in a test tube of oxygen.
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Where in the body is hydrochloric acid?
Stomach
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What are the purposes of hydrochloric acid in the stomach?
Kills bacteria and provides best conditions for enzymes to work in
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What is indigestion?
Excess stomach acid
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True or false: stomach acid can be neutralised
True
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What does an acid + metal oxide produce?

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What does an acid + metal hydroxide produce?

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What does an acid + metal carbonate produce?

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What salt is produced when a metal reacts with hydrochloric acid?

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Bushra Patel

This is really helpful, thanks loads :)

Bushra Patel

Even though I'm doing the OCR exam 

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