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Acids and Bases

Caleb Rennie

year 9 science Class

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2.slightly basic solution found in all living things
3.a strong acid that has less H+ ions in it will be...
8.oranges and lemons
10.cleaning product
11.has a pH of less than 7
12.common household cleaner
17.bases taste...
19.used as heavy duty outdoor cleaner, bricks
20.preservative in food
22.has a pH greater than 7
24.weak acid that is drunk by many people daily
25.found in batteries
26.if you drink a remotely strong acid or base you will be...
27.hyrdochloric acid
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1.atom that dissociates from non metals in acids
2.Base used in cooking
4.accurately determines the pH of a solution due to its many dyes
5.common indicator
6.used in making soap
7.herbicide
9.sulfuric acid is a great .... agent
13.when Acids and Bases combined
14.characteristic of basic solutions
15.vitamin C
16.a weak acid is found in this common food consumed by many throughout winter
18.bases in a solution
21.group of atoms that dissciates in bases
23.strong bases burn
27.wine can task like this

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