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What acid is equivelent to PH1?
Hydrochloric acid
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What are indicators?
special dyes that change colour depending weather its in an acid or alkalie. For example; litmus paper
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Give three points to describe acids.
1. Acids taste sour. 2. Acids kill cells. 3. Acids can corrode.
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Give three points to describe alkalis.
1. Alkalis have a high PH. 2. They feel soapy. 3. Can be corrosive.
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List the reactivits series in order starting from the most reactive.
potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, aluminium, zink, iron, tin, lead, copper, silver, gold, platinum.
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List the 7 life processes.
Movement, Respiration, Sensitivity, Growth, Reproduction, Excretion, Nutrition.
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What is Neutralisation?
Rising or lowering the PH of an acid or an alkali to make a substance neutral.
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What is a Displacement Reaction?
whn a more reactive element displaces a less reactive element from its compound.
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List 7 peoperties of metals.
they are all found in the periodic table, conduct electricity, conduct heat, strong, are usually shiny, yoiu can bend them, some are magnetic.
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List 6 properties of non-metals.
can be found in the periodic table, poor conductors of electricity, poor conductors of heat, not that strong, dull, non-magnetic=ALWAYS.
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What are indicators?

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special dyes that change colour depending weather its in an acid or alkalie. For example; litmus paper

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Give three points to describe acids.

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Give three points to describe alkalis.

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List the reactivits series in order starting from the most reactive.

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