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Flashcards in C2.6 Acids, Bases, & Salts Deck (16):
1

What two reactions make salt + water

Acid + Alkali/Base

2

What does the acid react with to create salt and hydrogen?

Metal

3

Which reaction produces CO2 as well as salt and water?

Acid + Carbonate

4

Reacting a salt with hydrochloric acid makes ...

CHLORIDE

5

Which acid creates a Sulphate?

Sulfuric acid

6

What does a salt and nitrate create?

NITRATE

7

What state symbol means soluble?

(aq)

8

What does (s) mean?

Soluble

9

Are all bases alkali?

No, but all alkalis are bases!

10

What type of base is an alkali?

A base that can dissolve

11

What ions do acids produce when dissolved in water?

H+ ( a hydrogen ion that has lost its electron - just a proton)

12

Do acids or alkalis produce H+ or OH- ions when dissolved in water?

OH- ( gained electrons)

13

What will Copper and sulfuric acid produce?

Copper Sulfate + hydrogen

14

What is insoluble in water?

Transitional metal hydroxides

15

How are transition metal hydroxides formed?

When a transitional metal reacts with sodium hydroxide

16

What are precipitates?

Transitional metal hydroxides are insoluble in water and the solid is called the precipitate.