GCSE Chemistry AQA - Acids and Bases

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If something has a pH of 5, what is it?
A weak acid
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Where on the scale would you find an acid?
0 - 6
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What do acids form in water?
H- ions
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What is a base?
A substance with pH higher than 7
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What is electolysis
Splitting up things with electricity.
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What is always produced when an acid is added to a base?
Salt (s) + Water (l)
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What is an alkali?
A base dissolved in water
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What is made when an acid is reacted with ammonia?
Ammonium salt
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