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Acids are covalent compounds with H+ ion connected to a nonmetal anion or polyatomic ion. Bases are ionic compounds with metal cation connected to OH- anion, although can also be N containing covalent compounds.
Acid-Base Introduction Concept 1
Acid-Base Introduction Example 1
Acid-Base Introduction Concept 2
Acids have distinct characteristics such as, they ionize when placed in water, have a sour taste, react with metals to form H2 gas, and turn blue litmus paper red.
Acid-Base Introduction Example 2
Which of the following compounds would produce the greatest concentration of hydrogen ions when dissolved?
Acid-Base Introduction Concept 3
Acid-Base Introduction Example 3
Acid-Base Introduction Concept 4
Bases also have some distinct characteristics, they ionize when placed in water, have a bitter taste and slippery to the touch, and turn red litmus paper blue.
Acid-Base Introduction Example 4
Which of the following is true in regards to LiOH?
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