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  1. 9.2 What are acids? • An acid is a compound that dissolves in water to make a particular kind of solution. • Chemically, an acid is any substance that produces hydronium ions (H3O+) when dissolved in water.

  2. 9.2 What are acids? Some properties of acids are: • Acids create the sour taste in food, like lemons. • Acids react with metals to produce hydrogen (H2) gas. • Acids change the color of blue litmus paper to red. • Acids can be very corrosive, destroying metals and burning skin through chemical action.

  3. 9.2 What are bases? • A base is any substance that dissolves in water and produces hydroxide ions (OH -).

  4. 9.2 What are bases? Some properties of bases are: • Bases create a bitter taste. • Bases have a slippery feel, like soap. • Bases change the color of red litmus paper to blue. • Bases can be very corrosive, destroying metals and burning skin through chemical action.

  5. 9.2 Acids and bases • One of the most important properties of water is its ability to act as both an acid and as a base. • In the presence of an acid, water acts as a base. • In the presence of a base, water acts as an acid.

  6. 9.2 The pH scale • The pH scaleranges from 0 to 14. • Acids have a pH less than 7. • A base has a pH greater than 7. • Pure water has a pH equal to 7.

  7. 9.2 The pH scale • Red and blue litmus paper are pH indicators that test for acids or bases.

  8. 9.2 pH in the environment • The pH of soil directly affects the availability of nutrients for plants. Blueberries grow best in what pH soil?

  9. 9.2 pH in the environment • The pH of water directly affects aquatic life. How are frogs and amphibians sensitive to pH changes?

  10. 9.2 Acids and bases in your body • Many reactions, such as the ones that occur in your body, work best at specific pH values.

  11. 9.2 Neutralization reactions • Neutralization occurs when the positive ions from the base combine with the negative ions from the acid. • Neutralization reactions are important in your body and gardening and farming.

  12. Activity Acid Rain and Stone Structures • What affect do you think acid rain has on marble statues? • In this activity, we will make solutions of water and soak chips of different types of rock to see their effect on a dilute acid.

  13. Health Connection Keeping Your Balance What we eat and drink changes our pH. If you eat a lot of meat such as hamburgers, steak, and chicken, your body produces more acid than someone who eats a lot of vegetables and fruits.