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2.bronstedarrheniusacidsbases - Acids Lesson 8 Acid and...

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Acids Lesson 8 Acid and Base Properties
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Taste sour Change litmus paper red React with metals such as Mg and Zn to make H 2 Are electrolytes that conduct electricity Neutralize bases Properties of Acids
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Taste bitter Change litmus paper blue Feel slippery Are electrolytes that conduct electricity Neutralize acids Properties of Bases
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Arrhenius acid HCl Arrhenius base NaOH Na + + OH - H + + Cl - produces H + in solution Chemistry 11 produces OH - in solution Chemistry 11
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H + Bronsted Acid H + HCl + H 2 O Bronsted Base NH 3 + H 2 O A proton donor A proton acceptor Chemistry 12 Chemistry 12 H 3 O + + Cl - NH 4 + + OH - weak strong
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H + H + 3 - base acid acid base HCO 3 - H 2 CO 3 + OH - + H 2 O weak Conjugate acid base pairs differ by one proton H + HCO and H CO H 2 O and OH -
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5. H + is the same as H 3 O + 4. Bronsted acids donate a proton to water to form H 3 O + 3. Arrhenius acids dissociate in water to form H + 2. Bronsted bases accept a proton from water to produce OH - 1. Arrhenius bases dissociate in water to produce OH - Note
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+ is another way to show H 3 O + . Hydronium ion
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course SCH 4U taught by Professor White during the Spring '10 term at Beacon FL.

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2.bronstedarrheniusacidsbases - Acids Lesson 8 Acid and...

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