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Acids and BasesAcidsOne example of Acids in my household is milkImportant characteristics of AcidsAcids produce a sour tasteAcids produce a burning feeling on the skin Acids turn a blue litmus paper to redAcids Increase proton concentration of a solutionAcids are extremely active to metals such as Potassium, Calcium, Sodium.The pH level of Acids is less than 7 Physical properties of AcidsThe smell of Acids burns noses The texture of Acids is stickyAcids change the color of acid-base indicatesAcids burns your skin and breaks down other materialsAcids changes orange from orange/yellow to pink.Chemical properties of AcidsAcids Form salt and water when added to a baseAcids Increases the concentration of hydrogen ions when added to water
Acids positively charges hydrogen ionsAcids react with bases to produce a salt compound and water.

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