Chemistry Acids And Alkalis

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Cabbage indicator turns what colour if the substance is an acid ?
Purple
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Cabbage indicator turns what colour if the substance is neutral
Blue
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Cabbage indicator turns what colour if the substance is an alkali
Green
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Universal indicator turns what colour if the substance is an alkali
Blue or Purple
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Universal indicator turns what colour if the substance is an acid
Red or Orange
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Universal indicator turns what colour if the substance is neutral
Green
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The stronger the acids the _____ the numbers
Lower
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The stronger the alkalis the _____ the numbers
higher
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What does corrosive mean ?
Gradually destructive
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What paper is Litmus made from ?
Lichens
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An _____ tastes sour
Acid
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Commonly found alkali in homes
Bleach
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Name a strong laboratory acid called HCI
hydrochloric acid
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Scale that tells use whether it is alkali etc
PH scale
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Give a use of bicarbonate of soda
Helping digestion
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Acids are found with a Ph range of ?
1-6
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Alkalis are found with a Ph range of ?
8-14
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Name a strong alkali ?
Sodium Hydroxide
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Wasp stings are alkaline so treat it with ....
A weak acid like vinegar
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Bee stings are acidic so treat it with a .......
A weak alkali such as sodium bicarbonate
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