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Do now! Can you spell the following words CORRECTLY in your book? Newtralisation, asid, alcali, litmas, indicater.
Last lesson Using Litmus as an indicator
Indicators Indicators are chemicals (coloured dyes) which change colour in acids and alkalis.
Litmus Turns red in acid Turns blue in alkali
Litmus Turns red in acid Turns blue in alkali Litmus can tell us if something is an acid or an alkali, but it cannot tell us how strong the acid or alkali is
Other indicators We are going to investigate today whether other substances can be used as indicators
Making an Indicator SubstanceColour (neutral) Colour with acid (HCl) Colour with alkali (NaOH) A good indicator ? Red cabbage Beetroot Coffee Red cake decoration
Can you quickly, quietly and sensibly gather around Mr Porter? (Youll need your stools)
Test! Dont forget you have a test Friday on Digestion (8A)!
Year 7 starter: THINK of a sentence using at least 2 of the following keywords indicator red acid purple colour green alkali neutral bleach lemon juice.
Safety in the Lab What is different about this classroom and every other classroom in your school?
Do now! Can you continue the sheet you started last lesson? Hes going to blow! Be careful Good Neutral Excellent MOODOMETER.
Lap 1. the to and he a I you it of in Lap 2.
Activity 48 Follow-up Discuss in your groups the difference in results for each neutralization between pairs. Lack of consistency in drop size Error in.
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Indicators and pH To learn about pH and how indicators show a substance to be an acid or a base. Objective:
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High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
PH. Acids Anything that produces H 3 O+ ions if dissolved in water Taste sour Turns blue litmus paper red When acids dissolve in water, it donates a H+ion.
Acids & Bases By Robert McGee. Our Goals for today To determine the difference between Acids & Bases Discuss the importance of studying Acids & Bases.
Introduction to ACIDS and BASES Warm Up 1.Title your CB- What are Acids and Bases? 2.Write everything you know about the properties of acids and bases.
Noadswood Science, Sunday, October 12, 2014 To know how flame tests, the pH scale and solubility helps analytical scientists.
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TOPIC: pH 1. NaCl 2. C 2 H 5 OH 3. H 2 SO 4 4. NaOH 5. C 12 H 22 O CaI 2 7. HF 8. Mg(OH) 2 9. NH 3 10.CH 3 COOH Do Now: Identify as acid, base, salt,
The ABCs (and D) of Writing Prompts. WHY is this good to learn? (you dont have to write this part) We will be writing reports / papers all year! Lets.
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. There are all kinds of ___________. We can play ball and go with our friends. We can take a walk, too. A friend.
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Creating our Final Design with Miss Hudspith. Starter Activity: Which colour line means cut? Which colour line means engrave? Which colour is allowed to.
III. Titration (p. 493 – 503) Ch. 15 & 16 – Acids & Bases.
Sour to taste Turn litmus red Phenolphthalein stays colorless Electrolytes (conduct) React with some metals to form H 2 gas How do we recognize.
An introduction to the properties of acids, bases, and the pH scale.
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