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Honors Chem Ch 14 Pg 468 Acids Sour Give off H + (Arrhenius definition Pg 473) Know: formulas, names, strength, USES HFHClCH 3 COOH (vinegar) H 2 CO 3 HNO 3 H 3 PO 4 H 2 SO 4
Bases Pg 471 Bitter Slippery Cleaners Give off OH -- (Arrhenius definition) Know: formulas, names, strength, USES KOH NaOH NH 3 Ca(OH) 2 Mg(OH) 2
Both acids and bases are corrosive and conduct electricity Both are strong if they give off a lot of their ions, Pg 501**, Pg 512** Neutralization: Pg 489 #1 a-c Acid + Base salt + water
Chap 15 Pg 503 pH 0-6 = acid, strong = 0 (more H+ given off) 7 = neutral 8-14 = base, strong = 14 ( more OH- given off) Each # 10 x stronger than the next, like earthquakes, notice 10 -2, 10 -3 etc Pg 504 Why is rainwater pH 5.5?
Titration Pg 515 mixing acid + base until neutralized Pg 520 Samp F (cover Pg 521), Pg 521 Pract #2 Pg 521 Sect Rev 2,3 turn in?
I. Introduction to Acids & Bases (p ) Ch. 15 & 16 - Acids & Bases.
Acids, Bases, and Salts. Properties of acids: - contain the hydronium ion, H 3 O + - react with metals to form hydrogen gas, H 2 - taste sour - have pH.
Properties of acids n Taste Sour (kids, dont try this at home). n Conduct electricity. n Some are strong, some are weak electrolytes. n React with metals.
Ch Acids & Bases. electrolytes electrolytes turn litmus red sour taste react with metals to form H 2 gas slippery feel turn litmus.
Tro IC3 1.HCl 2.H 2 SO 4 3.NH 3 4.H 2 CO 3 5.HNO Which of the following is NOT an acid in water?
Ch. 10: Lesson 1 Acids, Bases, and Neutralization Ch. 10: Lesson 1 Acids, Bases, and Neutralization.
An acid is a substance that produces a hydronium ion (H 3 O + ) when placed in water. Examples of Acids:
Acids and Bases. Electrolytes Substance that conducts electricity when dissolved in water Ionizes in water Examples: aqueous ionic solutions, acids, bases.
Acids and Bases Ch.14/15. The Battle to define them Arrhenius was first in 1884 Acids: something that produces H + ions in solution. Bases: something.
Chemistry Notes: Acids and Bases. Properties of Acids and Bases Acids taste sour (vinegar, lemons) aqueous solutions of acids are electrolytes cause.
Acids & Bases. Acids and Bases an Introduction A. Properties of Acids and Bases –1. Acids Ionize when put into water React with active metals (Group I,
Properties of acids Taste Sour (kids, don’t try this at home).
Strong acids are towards 0, weak acids are closer to 7. Strong bases are towards 14, weak bases are closer to 7.
Acids and Bases Chapter 19. Characteristics of Acids Acids –Sour tasting – vinegar, lemons –React with metals and produce H 2 (g) –React with metal carbonates.
ACIDS and BASES Target: I will be able to define what makes something an acid or a base. I will be able to tell on a pH scale if something is an acid or.
1 Acids and Bases Properties of Matter AM CARRIER.
Acids and Bases PS-3.8 Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including neutralization.
Acids, Bases, and pH. Acids Produces H + in water forming H 3 O + ions (hydronium) Corrosive Sour Feels squeaky Conduct electricity: stronger the acid.
Unit 18 Acids and Bases. I. Defining Acids & Bases A. Properties Acids Bases 1. Taste sour bitter (not in lab) ex: Citrus ex: soap fruits, yogurt vinegar.
PH scale Notes HeadingsVocabularyImportant Info. Acids, Bases and pH Scale The pH scale measures the concentration of H+ (hydrogen) ions or how acidic/basic.
I. Introduction to Acids & Bases Acids & Bases. A. Properties electrolytes turn litmus red sour taste react with metals to form H 2 gas slippery.
Acids and Bases Chapter 19. Review Electrolyte A substance that conducts an electrical current when melted or in solution Ionic compounds Acids and Bases.
Lecture 152/22/06 Topics due. Neutralization: Acid + Base = Water + Salt pH of neutralized solution? Strong Acid + Strong Base HCl (aq) + NaOH (aq)
Acids contain hydrogen are electrolytes turn blue litmus paper red neutralize bases taste sour solutions react with active metal (Fe/Zn) to produce H.
Ch. 15 – Acids & Bases l ACIDS – Have a H+ H+ ion (Hydronium ion) l Corrosive l pH lower than 7 l Electrolyte l Sour taste l Mix acid to water to dilute;
Acids & Bases. What are they? Acids & Bases An acid is any substance that releases H + ions in water.
Chapter 6 (CIC) and Chapter 16 (CTCS) Read in CTCS Chapter Problems in CTCS: 16.3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 21.
Chapters 15 and 16. Properties of Acids and Bases Acids H pH less than 7 Sour taste Corrosive Conduct electric current Ionization Bases OH pH greater.
Acids and Bases. Recall Acids are compounds that start with hydrogen (H + ) –HCl (hydrochloric acid) –H 2 SO 4 (sulfuric acid) Bases are compounds that.
Unit 9 Acids, Bases, Salts. Properties of Acids Acids (Table K) Dilute aqueous solutions of acids taste sour Lemons (citric acid) Vinegar (acetic acid)
Ch 11 Acids & Bases Test Review. 1.Color Change; Universal indicator- yellow, orange and red Blue Litmus paper turns red 2.) Sour taste and conducts.
Properties of Acids and Bases Acids Bases *Taste sour*Taste Bitter *Turns blue litmus paper red*Turns red litmus paper blue *Reacts with metals*Produces.
Acids and Bases. Acid- a substance that produces hydrogen ions (H + ) in a water solution. Taste sour Corrosive.
Acids and Bases Applied Chemistry. Acids Definition: A substance that produces hydrogen ions (H + or H +1 ) in water. General reaction in water: HA.
Acids and Bases Chapter 6.3 & 6.4. Mini-Project Organize the following formulas into two groups with four formulas in each group: HNO 3, NaOH, H 2 SO.
1 4.7 Acids and Bases. Properties of Acids and Bases Acid Base - pH 7 - tastes sour- tastes bitter - no special feel- feels slippery - turns blue litmus.
Review Acids and Bases. Acids taste ______ and bases taste _______? Sour, bitter.
I. Introduction to Acids & Bases Acids & Bases. A. Properties electrolytes turn blue litmus red sour taste react with metals to form H 2 gas
Acids, Bases, and Salts Chapter 19. Acid-Base Theories Essential Question: What are the properties of acids and bases, and what distinguishes the Arrhenius,
What are we going to discuss? Tables K and L in the Reference Tables list a few of the most common Acids and Bases, but what are Acids and Bases.
Use your book (pg ) Make three flaps on page 144 ArrheniusArrhenius Brønsted-LowryBrønsted-Lowry Lewis How do they define acids and bases?
Acids and Bases. Arrhenius Theory Acids produce H + ions. Acids produce H + ions. Bases produce OH - ions. Bases produce OH - ions. HCl H + + Cl - NaOH.
Acids and Bases. Acid Group of compounds with some common properties when in solution Group of compounds with some common properties when in solution.
6.5- The Strength of Acids and Bases. Strong acids A strong acid is an acid that reacts almost completely ( >99%) with water to form hydronium ions HCl.
Acids and Bases. Solutions homogeneous mixtures in which one substance is dissolved into another the “solute” dissolves in the “solvent” example: Kool-Aid.
Acids and Bases Lesson 1 Acid & Base Properties (Strong & Weak acids)
Acids, Bases, and pH Ch. 23 Chapter 6.3. What are Acids? Donate hydrogen ions, H+ Forms H 3 O+( hydronium ion) when dissolved in water Tastes sour-ex.
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