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What ions do acids produce in aqueous solutions?
H+ ions.
What ions do alkalis produce in an aqueous solution?
OH- ions.
What defines a strong acid or base?
One that completely dissociates (100% ionised in water). A weak one is one that only partially disociates
An acid is a proton _____
A base is a proton ________
Acid = donor
Base = acceptor
What is titration?
The method used to measure accurately how much alkali is needed to react completely with a known amount of acid (or vise versa)
How can you tell when the titration reaction has been completed?
When the indicator changes
Number of moles = ?

(Two equations)
Volume (cm3) * concentration (mol/dm3)


mass/relative formula mass