ACIDS, BASES, and SALTS. An acid is a(n) ________________ compound. Most molecular compounds, if they are soluble in water, dissolve differently from ionic compounds . C 12 H 22 O 11 (s) → C 2 H 5 OH (l) →.
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An acid is a(n) ________________ compound. Most molecular compounds, if they are soluble in water, dissolve differently from ionic compounds
What is an ACID?By the Arrhenius definition, an acid is a compound that – when dissolved in water -dissociates and produces_______________________ ion(s) and anion(s)
Acids taste ___________
You can identify a compound as an acid if the formula begins with _____________________________, orends with _________________________. Write HCl as dissociated
What is a BASE?By the Arrhenius definition, a base is a compound that – when dissolved in water - dissociates and produces_______________________ ion(s) and cation(s)
Some molecular compounds are bases by the Bronsted-Lowry definition of bases. This definition is that a base is a ________________________ acceptor.The only one of these you need to know is
The products of an acid + a base are___________________ and a salt. A salt is defined as a _____________ from a base + an ____________ from an acid. Most _______________compounds are salts.
What is an electrolyte?
A chemical dye that changes its color under different conditions is an____________________. For example: Litmus is ________ in acid, & ________ in base.
A pH of 7 is _____________ H+ ____ OH1-A pH of less than 7 is _____________ H+ ____ OH1-A pH of greater than 7 is ____________ H+ ____ OH1-