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Any substance that donates a hydrogen during a reaction.
ACID
Any substance that accepts a hydrogen during a reaction.
BASE
Any substance that has a hydroxide.
BASE
Any substance that dissociates (separates) into a hydrogen ion and anion in water.
ACID
How corrosive an acid is
VERY
How corrosive a salt is
NOT VERY
How corrosive a base is
VERY
The reactant(s) of neutralization
ACID AND BASE
The product(s) of neutralization
SALT and WATER
A scale ranking acidity and alkalinity of substances.
pH SCALE
pH value for neutral
7
pH values for base
7.1 to 14
pH values for acids
1 to 6.9
Another word for base.
ALKALINE
TRUE or FALSE: A salt is most often neutral.
FALSE: It is typically a weak acid or base.
A substance that resists change in pH.
BUFFER
Conductivity level of a strong acid or base.
HIGH
The process of neutralizing an acid or base by adding small amounts of the other.
TITRATION
The name of the reaction that is a mixture of an acid and base producing a salt and water.
NEUTRALIZATION
A substance that identifies the pH of another substance.
pH indicator
A substance that tends to taste bitter.
ACID
A substance that tends to be slippery.
BASE