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interaction between two acids and bases, properties of each are canceled out, neutral solution is produced
neutralization
how acid or a basic solution is
pH
solution that contains the total amount of solute that it can hold
saturated
dissolves into another substance
solute
homogeneous mixtures; one material seems to disappear into the other; classified as gaseous, liquid, or solid
solution
dissolves the solute
solvent
pH lower than 7 on a pH scale
acid
water is the solvent
aqueous
a pH balance above 7 on a pH scale; produces negative hydroxide ions when dissolved in water forming basic solutions
base
contains a large amount of solute per amount of solvent
concentrated
measurement of the amount of solute compared to the amount of solvent
concentration
contains a small amount of solute per amount of solvent
dilute
compound that reacts with acidic and basic solutions; changes color at different pH values
indicator
combination of substances that are physically separated; can be same throughout (homogeneous)or can have different parts with different compositions (heterogeneous)
mixture