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weak acid
an acid that only partly ionizes in solution can be compared usiong a measure of conductivity.
weak base
produces few ions
salt
a compund formed when the negative ions from an acid combine with the positive ions from a base.
saponification
the process of making soap
neutralization
a chemical reaction between an acid and a base
indicator
an organic compounmd that changes color in an acid or a base.
pH
a measure of the concentration of hydroniom ions in a solution.
ester
an organic compound formed by the reaction of an organic acid with alchohol.
strong base
dissociates completely in solution.
hydronium ion
the H+ is remobved from the polar molecule.
pickling
a process in which oxides and other imputities are removed from metal surfaces by dipping the metals in hydrochloric acid.
acid
a subst5ance tha tproduces hydrogen ions, H+.
titration
the process in which a solution ok known concentration is used to determine the concentration of another solution.
acid rain
any rain that is below 5.6.
dehydrating agent
a substance that can remove water from amterials.
strong acid
an acid that ionizes almost completely in solution.
plankton
aquatic plants and animals that form the base of the food chain for small fish
soap
organic salts
base
a substance that produces hydrozxind ions, OH- in solution.
detergent
organic salts having structures similar to those of soaps.