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Chpt 14 Lec - Chemistry 8/e Steven S Zumdahl and Susan A...

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Chemistry 8/e Steven S. Zumdahl and Susan A. Zumdahl Acids and bases Chapter 14 1
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Acids and Bases Acids and bases: - experimental definitions - their interaction and apply fundamentals of chemical equilibrium Acids and bases are chemical opposites
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Acids and Bases An acid is a compound that Tastes sour Causes litmus to turn red Reacts with metals to produce hydrogen gas Reacts with bases to form water and salts Some common acids you may encounter daily are: acetic acid; citric acid; lactic acid;
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