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Acids

Examples of Acids

Examples of bases

Bases

An acid is a chemical substance that neutralizes alkalis and dissolves some metals. Acids produce hydrogen ions in water.

Characteristics of Acids-sour taste-corrosive-pH of less than 7

LemonspH- 2.0

VinegarpH- 2.2

Characteristics of Acids-tastes sour-corrosive-pH of less than 7

Baking SodapH- 8.3

AmmoniapH- 11.0

Characteristics of Bases-tastes bittery-feels slippery-pH of greater than 7

A base is any substance that in water is slippery to tough, tastes bitter, reacts with acids to form salts, and promotes certain chemical reactions.

An example of a neutralization reaction is potassium hydroxide and sulfuric acid coming together to produce water and potassium sulfate.

An example of neutralization in everyday life is taking an antacid to neutralize the acid that causes heartburn.


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