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Acids - • Strong acids/bases – weak conjugate bases •...

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Acids – taste sour, corrode metals, change litmus paper to red, and are less acidic when mixed with bases Bases – feel slippery, change litmus paper to blue and are less basic when mixed with acids Neutralization – takes place when mixed acids and bases cancel each other out Conjugate base – of a compound or ion forms when a proton is lost, while a conjugate or ion forms when a proton is gained
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Unformatted text preview: • Strong acids/bases – weak conjugate bases • Weak acids/bases – strong conjugate bases • Ph scale – measures acidity of a solution based on hydrogen ion (proton) concentration • Titration – laboratory method, which makes it possible to find the concentration of a particular acid/base through neutralization • Buffers – bind and release protons to lessen changes in ph...
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