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Acids, Bases, Salts, pH...Oh My! REVIEW. What is an example of an acidic anhydride?. Acid rain. What is the formula for hydrochloric acid?. HCl. Suppose you were conducting a splint test and a loud popping sound is heard. What gas was produced?. H 2.

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suppose you were conducting a splint test and a loud popping sound is heard what gas was produced
Suppose you were conducting a splint test and a loud popping sound is heard. What gas was produced?
  • H2
during the titration lab what color was the indicator when the end point was reached
During the titration lab, what color was the indicator when the end point was reached?
  • Pale pink…very light pink
list an acid that you can find in your home
List an ACID that you can find in your home
  • Vinegar
  • Citric acid
  • Lactic acid
  • Ascorbic acid
what makes an acid strong
What makes an acid “strong”?
  • Completely dissociates into H+ and anions
what causes acid rain
What causes acid rain?
  • SO2 and NOx from fossil fuels mix with water in the atmosphere
define an arrhenius base
Define an Arrhenius base
  • Substance the release OH- in water
suppose you tested citric acid with red and blue litmus paper what color changes would you observe
Suppose you tested citric acid with red and blue litmus paper. What color changes would you observe?
  • Red litmus paper stays red
  • Blue litmus paper turns red
according to lewis acids are
According to Lewis, acids are….
  • electron pair acceptors
what makes a base strong
What makes a base “strong”?
  • Completely dissociates into OH- and cations
list one base that you could find at your house
List one BASE that you could find at your house.
  • Baking Soda
  • Lye (drain-o)
  • Ammonia cleaners
  • Detergents (soaps)
list one way to reduce the affects of acid rain
List one way to reduce the affects of acid rain
  • Coal scrubbers – remove sulfur
  • Alternative energy sources
  • Liming lakes/streams
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In terms of ion concentrations, what happens at the end point/equivalence point of a titration experiment?
  • Point where H+ EQUALS OH-
is a crystalline compound composed of the negative ion of an acid and the positive ion of a base
_____ is a crystalline compound composed of the negative ion of an acid and the positive ion of a base
  • Salt
define an arrhenius acid
Define an Arrhenius acid
  • Substance the releases H+ in water
what type of reaction does the following represent acid base salt water
What type of reaction does the following represent:acid + base  salt + water
  • Neutralization reaction
suppose you were conducting a splint test and the flame goes gets brighter what gas was produced
Suppose you were conducting a splint test and the flame goes gets brighter. What gas was produced?
  • O2
suppose you tested lye naoh with red and blue litmus paper what color changes would you observe
Suppose you tested lye (NaOH) with red and blue litmus paper. What color changes would you observe?
  • Red litmus paper turns blue
  • Blue litmus paper stays blue
what is an electrolyte
What is an electrolyte?
  • Any substance that when placed in water, can conduct an electric current
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What type of gas would most likely be evolved from a reaction of an acid with an alkali metal and/or an alkaline earth metal?
  • Hydrogen