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Concept map

  1. 1. 1. 2. 3. Base C Acid E Red Cabbage Juice 4. A Red Litmus Paper 5. D Blue Litmus Paper B A. Used to detect the presence of a base B. Substance that forms OH- ions in a solution C. Substance that form H3O+ ions in a solution D. Used to detect the presence of an acid E. Home-made acid/base indicator
  2. 2. Solutions They have two parts Solute Is the part that Dissolves And how well is called Solubility Solvent Is the Liquid The best kind is Water
  3. 3. Solubility Depends on Water Because it Graphing lines are usually Unlocks Ions Solvent temperature Curved To form Solid or gas solutes Electrolytes They can Conduct electricity
  4. 4. That come in three strengths Dilute Concentrated Saturated Has Has Can’t Very little solute A lot of solute Hold any more solute Like Like Cleaning supplies “Good” Kool-Aid Like One table spoon of sugar in a pitcher of Kool-Aid
  5. 5. Red cabbage juice That can be tested by Litmus paper Such as Indicators Phenolphthalein To determine if it’s a(n) Acid Base
  6. 6. Range from Range from 0 to 6 0 to 3 are 4 to 6 are Strong acids Weak acids Like And taste Battery acid Sour 8 to 14 8 to 10 are Weak bases And taste Bitter 11 to 14 are Strong bases Like Drano
  7. 7. Range from Range from 0 to 6 0 to 3 are 4 to 6 are Strong acids Weak acids Like And taste Battery acid Sour 8 to 14 8 to 10 are Weak bases And taste Bitter 11 to 14 are Strong bases Like Drano

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