Conductivity of solutions

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Conductivity of solutions

  1. 1. 1. D pH Scale 2. C Neutral 3. E Ionization 4. A Neutralization reaction 5. B A “salt” A. Produces a “salt” and water B. Crystalline structure composed of a positive and negative ion C. A substance that is neither an acid nor a base D. Numbers used to indicate the strength of acids and bases E. Process by which some acids and bases dissociate in water
  2. 2. Review  Acids  Bases  pH  Testing Acids/Bases  Neutralization reactions
  3. 3. Conductivity of Solutions  When an acid, a base, or a salt dissolves in water  Their atoms don’t stay together, they unlock  When they unlock they don’t stay neutral
  4. 4. Conductivity of Solutions  They become charged  (+) or (-)  Ions  Ions let electricity pass through
  5. 5. Come over here and give me some sugar…
  6. 6. Conductivity of Solutions  Atoms of alcohol, sugar, distilled water, don’t unlock  Don’t form ions  Don’t conduct electricity

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