Tues, April 25: Acids & Bases
When you add equal amounts of a HCl (a strong acid) and NaOH (a strong base) the pH of the resulting solution will be:
Write the name for H2SO4.
Acids produce H+ ions (also called protons). In water this then forms H3O+ when the H+ joins with H2O. What is the H3O+ ion called?
the hydronium ion
the hydroxide ion
the hydrophobic ion
What are the colorful solutions we use to determine the pH of a solution?
If you had equal volumes of 0.5M HCl and NaOH and mixed them, what would happen if you spilled the resulting solution on you skin? [NOTE: Never try this!]
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