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acid-bronsted - Properties of acids and bases Properties...

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Properties of acids and bases Properties of acids and bases Get 8 test tubes. Rinse all tubes well with water. Add acid to four tubes, base to the other four. Touch a drop of base to your finger. Record the feel in the chart (on the next slide). Wash your hands with water. Repeat for acid. Use a stirring rod, add base to the litmus and pH papers (for pH paper use a colour key to find a number). Record results. Repeat for acid. Into the four base tubes add: a) two drops of phenolphthalein, b) 2 drops of bromothymol, c) a piece of Mg, d) a small scoop of baking soda. Record results. Repeat for acid.
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Bubbles NR Baking soda Bubbles NR Magnesium *Yellow *Blue Bromothymol *Cloudy/ white *Pink Phenolphthalein Red Blue Litmus (blue or red) 1 14 pH (# from the key) Not slippery Slippery Feel (choose slippery or not slippery) Sour Bitter Taste HCl(aq) NaOH(aq) Observations Observations *Usually, but not always
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pH pH There are many ways to consider acids and bases. One of these is pH. Read pg. 368-70. [H
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 110 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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