Revision

HideShow resource information
What Neutralises an Acid ?
An Alkalinis
1 of 22
What Neutralises an Alaklin?
An Acid
2 of 22
What Neutralises Soil?
Calcuim Carbonate
3 of 22
What acid breaks down food in the stomach and kills bacteria?
Hydrochloric acid
4 of 22
What is an neutral unsatnces of ph 7 ?
Water
5 of 22
What number on ph scale indiactes something is acidic?
ph 1 whcih is red
6 of 22
What number on ph scale indiactes something is an basic or an alakline?
ph 14 in which the colour is purple
7 of 22
What colour is ph 10?
blue
8 of 22
What substance is made after an neutralsitio using bases and acids?
A salt
9 of 22
What does a metal + an acid create ?
a salt + hydrogen
10 of 22
What does a metal oxide + acid create ?
a salt + water
11 of 22
What does a metal hydroxide + acid make?
Salt + water
12 of 22
What does a metal carbonate + acid make?
Salt + water + carbon dixoide
13 of 22
What does a sulfric acid form?
Sulfates
14 of 22
What does hydrochloric acid form ?
Chloride salta
15 of 22
What does Nitric acid form ?
Nitrate salts
16 of 22
What does Zinc + Sulfruric acid create ?
Zinc sulphate + Hydrogen
17 of 22
What does Aluminum + Sulfuric acid create?
Aluminum sulphate + hydrogen
18 of 22
What does Magnesuim +hydrochloric acid create ?
Magnesuim chloride + hydrogen
19 of 22
What does Iron + nitric acid create ?
Iron nitrate + hydrogen
20 of 22
What does Magnesium + hydrochloric acid create ?
Magnesuim chloride
21 of 22
What happens when to much hudrochloric acid is produced in the stomach ?
You get indigestion
22 of 22

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

What Neutralises an Alaklin?

Back

An Acid

Card 3

Front

What Neutralises Soil?

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

What acid breaks down food in the stomach and kills bacteria?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

What is an neutral unsatnces of ph 7 ?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Chemistry resources:

See all Chemistry resources »See all Acids, bases and salts resources »