C2: Acids, Alkalis and Salts

Here is a quizz/test for students taking AQA Additional Science. This quizz is based on Acids, Alkalis and Salts from the C2 (chemistry) section. In my section, tehre are also some revision cards and a wordsearch based on Acids, Alkalis and Salts which I recommend you use if you do not know the answer to the questions. This quizz is to test your knowledge, on how much you can remember! Please rate and comment on how to improve :) Also, I have a study group calle dAQA Additional Sciecne where we discuss topics such as this one and more. Feel free to become a member, the more the merrier!

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  • Created by: I P B
  • Created on: 22-12-09 21:08

1. The correct definition of an acid is:

  • a substance that cannot be dissolved
  • a chemical which can neutralise an acid
  • a compound that has a pH value of higher than 7
  • a compound that has a pH value of lower than 7
  • a substance that can be dissolved
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2. All acids form which ions when added to water?

  • Trick Question - they do not form ions
  • Magnesium ions
  • Hydrogen ions
  • Hydroxide ions
  • Chloride ions

3. During neutralisation, the product formed is:

  • Hydrogen
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Oxygen
  • Water
  • Methane

4. What is the product formed in the following reaction: sodium hydroxide + hydrochloric acid > ?

  • chlorine sodiate
  • sodium chloride
  • chlorine sulfate
  • sodium chlorate
  • sodichloric acid

5. To make an insoluble salt, appropriate solutions of ions are mixed together. What is formed?

  • a base
  • ions
  • an acid
  • a precipitate
  • a neutral substance (pH 7)


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