Acid compounds’ chemical formulasalways begin with an H (a singleHydrogen atom) i.e. (HCl = Hydrochloric Acid)
A group of compoundsthat producehydroxide ions in asolution.
Bases taste bitter, feelslippery, corrodemetals and conductelectricity.
Base compoundsalways end with anOH (NH4OH) = Ammonia
A tool used to helpidentify wether asubstance is an acid ora baseIt indicates acid or baseby changing color ordisplaying a digitalreading
A symbol used torepresent the percentof the Hydrogen Ion(Acid Level) in asubstance.▪Ranges from 1 (Acid)– 15 (Base)
▪ One tool used with indicators that isused to indicate the strength of anacid or a base.
▪ A value of 1 indicates a strong acid▪ Battery Acid (Sulfuric Acid; H2S O4)▪ A value of 7 represents a neutral(our blood and saliva are a pH of 7)▪ A value of 15 represents a strongbase▪ Oven Cleaner, Draino, Ammonia, Soap
A property of matterwhich describes theability of a substanceto create a newsubstance during achemical reaction