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Lab-Prop_of_AcidsBases - PROPERTIES OF ACIDS AND BASES An...

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PROPERTIES OF ACIDS AND BASES An AP Chemistry In-Class Activity Introduction: During this course you have used many varieties of chemical, for you laboratories. Among the chemicals you used were 6M H 2 SO 4 , 1M HNO 3 , 0.5M HCl etc. All of the preceding chemicals are known as acids. Another large group of chemicals that you have used are known as bases. A base (also referred to as alkali’s) can be looked as the “opposite of an acid”. Acids and bases enter into many chemical reactions, and chemists have long been interested in the behavior of acids and bases. We to will investigate acid / base reactions in this laboratory, and unit. Procedure: Part I: What are typical properties of acid solutions Caution: Never taste any substances in the laboratory unless directed to do so by your instructor. When tasting any substance, make sure that it is greatly diluted . Do not keep any substance in your mouth any longer than necessary to determine the taste. Determine the taste of Sulfuric, Nitric, Hydrochloric, Citric, and Tartaric acids by following these procedures exactly
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