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Acid/Base connectfour

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Acid/Base connectfour

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Which solution has a higher [H+/H3O+] than battery acid?

A. H3O+B. OH-C. H2O

What is a hydroxide ion?

Milk has a pH of 6.9. What is the [H+]?

What is the pH of a 0.025 M [H+] solution of HCl in water?

A. Hydrobromic acidB. Hydrogen bromineC. Hdrogen bromide acid

Name the following acid: HBr

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

What is the pH of water?

Increasing the OH- concentration will _________ the pH of a solution.(increase or decrease)

What do bases taste like? (sour or bitter)

A. C3H8 + 5 O2 --> 3 CO2 + 4 H2OB. BaCl2 + Na2SO4 --> BaSO4 + 2 NaClC. Zn + 2 HCl --> ZnCl2(aq) + H2D. HCl + NaOH --> NaCl + H2O

Which of the following is a neutralization reaction?

Red litmus paper turns _____ with a base.(red or blue)

What is the pH range of an acidic solution?

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

A. Sodium oxygen hydrogenB. Sodium waterC. Sodium hydroxide

Name the following base: NaOH

What is the result of mixing an acid and a base, or a neutralization reaction?

Name one way you can measure the pH of a solution.

A. Hydrogen carbideB. Hydrobromic acidC. Carbonic acid

Name the following acid: H2CO3

A. Soaps, cleaners or detergentsB. Above 7 on the pH scaleC. slippery and bitterD. All of the above

Bases are generally....?

A. HCl - acid- hydrochloric acidB. Mg(OH)2 - base- magnesium hydroxideC. NH3 - acid - ammonia

Which of the following is incorrectly labeled?

A solution of NaOH in water has a pH of 10.3. What is the [H+]?

What do most bases feel like? (slippery or chalky)

A. Weak acid or baseB. Strong acid or baseC. Water

Which of the following will completely dissociate?

What do acids taste like? (sour or bitter)

2 playersEach player chooses a color (pink or purple).Each space has a number that reveals a question when you click it. In order to play a piece, the player will have to answer the question correctly. An incorrect answer results in a loss of the turn.The player who manages to place 4 pieces of their color in a continuous horizontal, vertical or diagonal line wins the game.If nobody manages to place 4 pieces in a row, the game ends in a draw.

INSTRUCtions

A. H2OB. H+C. OH-

What is a hydrogen ion?

A. HClB. HClAC. HCl2

What is the correct formula for hydrochloric acid?

A. KOHB. POHC. Ca(OH)2

What is the formula for potassium hydroxide?

A. HNO3B. Ba(OH)2C. NH3D. H+

Which of the following is an acid?

What is the pH of a solution that is 4.5 x 10-3 M [H+]?

A. OH-B. H+C. HBrD. NaOH

Which of the following is a base?

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

What is the pH range of a basic solution?

A. H3O+B. OH-C. H2O

What is a hydronium ion?

Increasing the H30+ concentration will ______ the pH of a solution. (increase or decrease)

Blue litmus paper turns ______ with an acid.(red or blue)

A. donate a protonB. accept a protonC. increase the [H+] in waterD. decrease the [H+] in water

A Brønsted-Lowry acid will...?

A. dononte a protonB. accept a protonC. increase the [H+] in waterD. decrease the [H+] in water

An Arrhneius acid will...?

Which reactant is acting as a Brønsted-Lowry base in the following reaction?NH3 + H2O --> NH4+ + OH-

A. weak acidsB. weak basesC. neutral

A solution with a pH of 7.4, like blood and saliva, are considered...?

A. acidB. baseC. conjugate acidD. conjugate base

What is HF acting as in the reaction below?HF + H2O --> F- + H3O+

A. nearly neutralB. weakly acidicC. strongly basic

Mixing equal parts HBr and LiOH will create a solution that is ...?

A. 3-5B. 11-14C. 6-8D. 1-2

You test an unknow solution and find it turns light green with cabbage juice, is slippery, and turns red litmus paper blue. What is the possible pH range of your solution?

A. red; light greenB. red; light pink/purpleC. blue; light greenD. blue; red

An acid with pH of 4.0 would turn blue litmus paper ____ and appear ________ with cabbage juice.

Calculate the pH of a solution with [H+] = 3.4 x 10-5

A. neutralB. weak baseC. weak acidD. strong base

A solution with a pH of 13 is considered...?

HCl + H2O --> Cl- + H3O+

Which of the following compounds is a conjugate base?

Which solution has a higher [H+/H3O+] than battery acid?

Calculate the pH of a solution with [H+] = 3.4 x 10-5

A. H3O+B. OH-C. H2O

What is a hydroxide ion?

Milk has a pH of 6.9. What is the [H+]?

What is the pH of a 0.025 M [H+] solution of HCl in water?

A. Hydrobromic acidB. Hydrogen bromineC. Hdrogen bromide acid

Name the following acid: HBr

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

What is the pH of water?

Increasing the OH- concentration will _________ the pH of a solution.(increase or decrease)

What do bases taste like? (sour or bitter)

Which reactant is acting as a Brønsted-Lowry base in the following reaction?NH3 + H2O --> NH4+ + OH-

A. C3H8 + 5 O2 --> 3 CO2 + 4 H2OB. BaCl2 + Na2SO4 --> BaSO4 + 2 NaClC. Zn + 2 HCl --> ZnCl2(aq) + H2D. HCl + NaOH --> NaCl + H2O

Which of the following is a neutralization reaction?

Red litmus paper turns _____ with a base.(red or blue)

What is the pH range of an acidic solution?

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

A. dononte a protonB. accept a protonC. increase the [H+] in waterD. decrease the [H+] in water

An Arrhneius acid will...?

A. Sodium oxygen hydrogenB. Sodium waterC. Sodium hydroxide

Name the following base: NaOH

What is the result of mixing an acid and a base, or a neutralization reaction?

A. red; light greenB. red; light pink/purpleC. blue; light greenD. blue; red

An acid with pH of 4.0 would turn blue litmus paper ____ and appear ________ with cabbage juice.

Name one way you can measure the pH of a solution.

A. Hydrogen carbideB. Hydrobromic acidC. Carbonic acid

Name the following acid: H2CO3

A. Soaps, cleaners or detergentsB. Above 7 on the pH scaleC. slippery and bitterD. All of the above

Bases are generally....?

A. HCl - acid- hydrochloric acidB. Mg(OH)2 - base- magnesium hydroxideC. NH3 - acid - ammonia

Which of the following is incorrectly labeled?

A. nearly neutralB. weakly acidicC. strongly basic

Mixing equal parts HBr and LiOH will create a solution that is ...?

A solution of NaOH in water has a pH of 10.3. What is the [H+]?

What do most bases feel like? (slippery or chalky)

A. Weak acid or baseB. Strong acid or baseC. Water

Which of the following will completely dissociate?

What do acids taste like? (sour or bitter)

A. weak acidsB. weak basesC. neutral

A solution with a pH of 7.4, like blood and saliva, are considered...?

HCl + H2O --> Cl- + H3O+

Which of the following compounds is a conjugate base?

2 playersEach player chooses a color (pink or purple).Each space has a number that reveals a question when you click it. In order to play a piece, the player will have to answer the question correctly. An incorrect answer results in a loss of the turn.The player who manages to place 4 pieces of their color in a continuous horizontal, vertical or diagonal line wins the game.If nobody manages to place 4 pieces in a row, the game ends in a draw.

INSTRUCtions

A. acidB. baseC. conjugate acidD. conjugate base

What is HF acting as in the reaction below?HF + H2O --> F- + H3O+

A. H2OB. H+C. OH-

What is a hydrogen ion?

A. HClB. HClAC. HCl2

What is the correct formula for hydrochloric acid?

A. neutralB. weak baseC. weak acidD. strong base

A solution with a pH of 13 is considered...?

A. KOHB. POHC. Ca(OH)2

What is the formula for potassium hydroxide?

A. HNO3B. Ba(OH)2C. NH3D. H+

Which of the following is an acid?

A. donate a protonB. accept a protonC. increase the [H+] in waterD. decrease the [H+] in water

A Brønsted-Lowry base will...?

What is the pH of a solution that is 4.5 x 10-3 M [H+]?

A. OH-B. H+C. HBrD. NaOH

Which of the following is a base?

A. Exactly 7B. Less than 7C. Greater than 7

What is the pH range of a basic solution?

A. H3O+B. OH-C. H2O

What is a hydronium ion?

Increasing the H30+ concentration will ______ the pH of a solution. (increase or decrease)

Blue litmus paper turns ______ with an acid.(red or blue)

A. 3-5B. 11-14C. 6-8D. 1-2

You test an unknow solution and find it turns light green with cabbage juice, is slippery, and turns red litmus paper blue. What is the possible pH range of your solution?