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Indigestion remedies contain _____ that _____
antacids that neutralise excess stomach acid.
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These antacids contain______ these _______
Substances called bases. These react with acids and neutralise them.
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Some bases are...
Soluble.
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name the 3 different types of compound that can be used to neutralise acid.
Metal oxides, metal hydroxides and metal carbonates.
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acid + metal oxide gives
salt + water
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acid + metal hydroxide gives
salt + water
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acid + metal carbonate gives
salt+water+carbon dioxide
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A salt is a...
compound made from a metal and non metal.
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The non metal part comes from...
the acid
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The metal part comes from
the base or alkali used to neutralise it.
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hydrochloric acid produces
chloride salts
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nitric acid produces
nitrate salts
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sulfuric acid produces
sulfate salts
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These antacids contain______ these _______

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Substances called bases. These react with acids and neutralise them.

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Some bases are...

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name the 3 different types of compound that can be used to neutralise acid.

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acid + metal oxide gives

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