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Acids and Bases. Kolodzy and Weir. Bulls Eye Notes. Draw a circle in the center of your page. Inside that circle, draw a smaller circle. Acids and Bases Notes. Acids. Divide your circle into three sections, but make sure to not divide the middle circle.

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acids and bases

Acids and Bases

Kolodzy and Weir

bulls eye notes
Bulls Eye Notes
  • Draw a circle in the center of your page.
  • Inside that circle, draw a smaller circle.
acids and bases notes
Acids and Bases Notes

Acids

  • Divide your circle into three sections, but make sure to not divide the middle circle.
  • Label one section Acids, one Bases, and the last one Neutral.

Neutral

Bases

acids and bases notes1
Acids and Bases Notes
  • The Bulls Eye note pattern uses four colors. You will use one color for acids, one color for bases, one color for neutral, and the last color will be for the center circle.
  • Each section of the circle you will write notes about that particular thing (acids, bases, neutrals). The center circle is how those three things are alike.
  • Think of this like a Venn diagram.
acids
Acids
  • Taste sour (lemons, grapefruit, oranges)
  • React with some metals (Zinc, Magnesium, Iron)
  • They are corrosive (eat away at material)
  • React with Carbonates to form CO2
  • Acids turn blue litmus paper red
  • Are 0-6 on the pH scale
  • Examples of Acids:
    • Cherries
    • Tomatoes
    • Soda
    • Sour Milk
    • Vinegar
    • Hydrochloric Acid
bases
Bases
  • Have a bitter taste (soap, shampoos, detergents)
  • Have a slippery feel
  • Bases turn red litmus paper blue
  • Bases do not react with metals or carbonates
  • Are 8-14 on the pH scale
  • Examples of bases
    • Baking Soda
    • Milk
    • Ammonia
    • Soap
    • Oven Cleaner
neutrals
Neutrals
  • Neutrals are neither acidic or basic
  • To make a base neutral, you add an acid
  • To make an acid neutral, you add a base
  • Neutrals are found at 7 on the pH scale
  • Examples of neutrals
    • Distilled Water
what they all have in common center circle
What they all have in common(center circle)
  • They are all found on the pH scale
finishing paragraph
Finishing Paragraph
  • Under your bulls eye, you need to write a paragraph that tells about acids, bases, and neutrals.
  • Include in your paragraph how each three are different and how they are all alike.
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