Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases

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Properties of Acids and Bases

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  • Acid
  • Examples
  • • Hydrochloric Acid • Soda • Orange Juice • Vinegar • Bee Venom • Rubbing Alcohol • Milk • Coffee • Lemon Juice • Tomato Juice
  • Properties
  • • Has a pH of less than 7. • Dilute acids can irritate the skin. • Concentrated acids can be corrosive. • The universal indicator turns yellow/orange/red when added to an acid. • Acids taste sour. • Acids can neutralize a base.
  • Base
  • • Salt Water • Oven Cleaner • Toothpaste • Sodium Hydroxide • Dish Soap • Bleach • Wasp Sting • Antacid Tablets • Drain Cleaner • Washing Detergent
  • • Has a pH of more than 7. • A base that dissolves in water is called an alkali. • Diluted alkalis can irritate the skin. • Concentrated alkalis can be corrosive. • Universal indicator turns blue/purple/black when added to an alkali. • They feel soapy. • They are used in cleaning products and used in antacids (medication to help upset stomachs). • They can neutralize acids.
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