Acids and Bases Chemistry Notes

Acids and Bases Chemistry Notes - hydro chlor ic acid is...

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Chapter 8: Acids and Bases I. Acids and Bases Acids Substances that produce H when dissolved in water Ex: H Cl H + Cl Properties of H : - Gives acids a sour taste - Changes blue litmus indicator red - Corrodes some metals Naming Acids Acids with simple nonmetal anion: 1) Put hydro in front of nonmetal 2) Change –ide to -ic acid Ex: when hydrogen chloride is dissolved in water,
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Unformatted text preview: hydro chlor ic acid is formed Acids with polyatomic ion: 1) Use the name of the polyatomic ion 2) Endings: Change -ate to -ic acid Change ite to ous acid Bases Ionic compounds that dissociate into a metal ion and hydroxide ions ( OH ) when dissolved in water Ex: Na OH Na + OH...
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