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Nuetralization reaction

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  • 1. Classify the following solutions as: Acidic Basic Neutral 1. A solution which has more H3O+ ions than OH- ions Acidic 2. A solution with equal amounts of OH ions and H3O+ ions Neutral Basic 3. A bitter liquid with a pH of 8.0 Acidic 4. A sour liquid with a pH of 2.0
  • 2. Review Acids Bases pH Indicators
  • 3. 1. Control: 1. Bottle A 2. Constants: 2. Containers, Kool-Aid 3. Independent Variable: 3. What was added to the KoolAid 4. Dependent Variable: 4. Color change A B C
  • 4. Acid/Base Reactions When mixed in the right amounts An Acid + a Base = A “salt” and water Neutralization reaction
  • 5. Acid/Base Reactions Many types of “salts” A combination of a cation and an anion
  • 6. Acid/Base Reactions Examples: CaCl2 used for de-icing KCl a table salt substitute
  • 7. Acid/Base Reactions Example: NaOH (base) + HCl (acid)  NaCl + H2O
  • 8. Acid/Base Reactions Example: NaOH (base) + HCl (acid)  NaCl + H2O

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