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Chem ch.16

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litmus paper for acid
pink or red color
litmus paper
phenolphthalein

acid
colorless

phenolphthalein
phenolphthalein

base
fuchsia

phenolphthalein
acid

taste
tart, sour, pucker

taste
H-----
acid
----OH
base
amphoteric
changes to acid or base(water)
reacts with metals to form H2 gas
acid
slippery
base
sulfuric acid
Hâ‚‚SOâ‚„
battery acid
Hâ‚‚SOâ‚„
muriatic acid
HCl
enamel cavities(drink with straws)
Carbonic Acid
carbonic acid
H₂CO₃
Boric acid
H₃BO₃
eye drops
boric acid
prussic acid
HCN
Jim Jones Cult
prussic acid
hydrocyanic acid
HCN
acetic acid

uses
vinegar, ethanol
acetic acid

formula
C₃H₄O₂
acid in sour milk
lactic acid
in rhubarb, spinach, wood sorrel
oxalic acid

poisonous
makes apples sour
malic acid
in cream of tartar, cleaning aluminumpots, meringue pies
tartaric acid
in citrus fruits, tomatoes, cranberries, grapes
citric acid
Drano
NaOH
sodium hydroxide
NaOH
Bleach
NaClO
sodium hypochlorite
NaClO
baking soda
NaHCO₃
sodium bicarbonate
baking soda
ammonia cleaner
NHâ‚„OH
chalk
CaCO₃
theobromine
cocoa from cocoa beans. caffeine source

cancer-causing
drug filler
quinine
reason why chalk does not dissolve in water
stalagmites, stalactites, stones
analgesic; antipyretic
quinine
vitamin c
absorbic acid
acorns, bark, tea, and coffe have this
tanic acid

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