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5.2 SALTS. What are salts ?. Salts are a class of ionic compounds that can be produced when an acid and a base react. H A + B OH  BA + H 2 O. acid + base  salt + water. A salt is made up of a positive ion from a base and a negative ion from an acid.

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salts are a class of ionic compounds that can be produced when an acid and a base react

What are salts?

Salts are a class of ionic compounds that can be produced when an acid and a base react

HA + BOH BA + H2O

acid + base  salt + water

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A salt is made up of a positive ion

from a base and a negative ionfrom an acid.

HA + BOH BA + H2O

acid + base  salt + water

HCl + KOH KCl + H2O

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A salt is made up of a positive ion

from a base and a negative ionfrom an acid.

HA + BOH BA + H2O

acid + base  salt + water

Acid – Base Neutralization

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Acid – Base Neutralization

HA + BOH BA + HOH

HA + BOH BA + H2O

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when a metal oxide dissolve in water

Metal Oxides React with Water

when a metaloxide dissolve in water...

MO(s) + H2O(l) …

MO(s) + HOH(l)  MOH(aq)

Na2O(s) + H2O(l)  2NaOH(aq)

  • metaloxide + water  base
when a metal oxide dissolve in water1

Metal Oxides React with Water

when a metaloxide dissolve in water...

MO(s) + H2O(l) …

MO(s) + HOH(l)  MOH(aq)

Na2O(s) + H2O(l)  2NaOH(aq)

The solution is BASIC

when a non metal oxide dissolve in water

Non - Metal Oxides React with Water

when a non - metaloxide dissolve in water...

NO(s) + H2O(l) …

  • non - metaloxide + water  acid

SO2(s) + H2O(l)  2H2SO3(aq)

The solution is ACIDIC

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Metal Oxides and Non – Metal Oxides

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WORKBOOK

  • metaloxide + water  base
  • non - metaloxide + water  acid
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metaloxide + water  base

  • non - metaloxide + water  acid
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metaloxide + water  base

  • non - metaloxide + water  acid
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metaloxide + water  base

acid
  • non - metaloxide + water  acid

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Metals and Acids

Metals of Groups 1 and 2 (Alkali Metals and Alkaline Earth Metals) react vigorously with water and acids
  • Other metals are not that reactive with acids
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Metals and Acids

When a metal reacts with an acid, a salt and usually hydrogen gasis produced

HA+M MA +H2

acid +metal salt +hydrogen

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Metals and Acids

When a metal reacts with an acid, a salt and usually hydrogen gasis produced

HA+M MA +H2

HCl(aq) +Mg(s) MgCl2(aq)+H2(g)

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Carbonates and Acids

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Metal Carbonates

CaCO3

MgCO3

  • Na2CO3
  • K2CO3
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Carbonates and Acids

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  • Carbonate rocks react with acids to produce...
  • metal carbonate+acid salt + water+carbon dioxide
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Carbonates and Acids

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  • Carbonate rocks react with acids to produce...
  • CaCO3+H2SO4CaSO4+ H2O +CO2
5 2 salts quiz
5.2 SALTS QUIZ
  • Date: Wednesday, Dec 18