Chemistry: Year 9 Term 4: Strong/Weak Acids

A dilute acid has less what? (1)
Solute per mol/dm3
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Concentrated solutions contain more what in the same what? (2)
More solute in the same volume of solution
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What is added to dilute a solution? (1)
Water
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Give an example of a strong acid (1)
Hydrochloric acid
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Give an example of a weak acid? (1)
Citric acid
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Strong acids do what in solution and this reaction is what? (2)
Ionise completely; non-reversible
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Weak acids do what in solution and this reaction is what? (2)
Ionise partially; reversible
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A stronger acid therefore has what? (1)
Higher concentration of H+ ions
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As H+ ion concentration decreases by a factor of 10, what happens to pH? (1)
Increases by 1 unit
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0.1 H+ per mol/dm3 equals what pH? (1)
1
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0.01 H+ per mol/dm3 equals what pH? (1)
2
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Concentrated solutions contain more what in the same what? (2)

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More solute in the same volume of solution

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What is added to dilute a solution? (1)

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Give an example of a strong acid (1)

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Give an example of a weak acid? (1)

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