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Acids v004

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Sec 4 Chemistry. …

Sec 4 Chemistry.
Acids Bases and Salts.
Explaination about Acids.

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  • 1. Acids
  • 2. Acids
    Acids are
    ionic compound
    that produce
    H+ ions
    in water.
  • 3. Acids
    Acids are
    ionic compound
    that produce
    H+ ions
    in water.
    In this presentation,
    we’ll do exercise to find cations and
    anions in several acids.
  • 4. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 5. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 6. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 7. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 8. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 9. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 10. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 11. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 12. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Fill in the table.
  • 13. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 14. Cations and Anions of Acids
    All acids have H+
    as cations
  • 15. Cations and Anions of Acids
    All acids have H+
    as cations
  • 16. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 17. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 18. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 19. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 20. Cations and Anions of Acids
    Some acids contain more than
    1 H+
  • 21. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 22. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 23. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 24. Cations and Anions of Acids
    These acids produce more than 1 H+ in water.
  • 25. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 26. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 27. Cations and Anions of Acids
    dibasic acids means the acid contain 2 H+
  • 28. Cations and Anions of Acids
  • 29. Cations and Anions of Acids
    tribasic acids means the acid contain 3 H+