Acids have a lower PH and bases have a higher PH.
no but you can tell the difference by taste
The order of the bases determines the order of amino acids in a protein.
Acids were compounds with hydrogen that ionized when aqueous to form H+. Bases were compounds that ionized when aqueous to form OH- (hydroxide).
Yes, concentrated acids and bases are more corrosive than dilute acids and bases
Every three bases is called a condon. These tell you the specific amino acids!
acids and bases are important!
yup. And bases neutralize acids.
bases neutralise the acids
acids and bases are found at fruits
acids are a liquid substenc Acids donate hydrogen ions while bases do not, acids are not the ionic compounds while bases may be, acids do not contain metals while bases mostly have.
Many acids and bases are dangerous.
Of course they are. They are many acids and bases
Distinguish between acids and bases?
No, but acids and bases produce salts
Yes. All bases neutralise acids.
There's a lot of characteristics of acids and bases, but the most common ways to tell are; acids tends to have sour tastes and bases tend to have a slippery-soapy feel.
Acids have H+ while bases have OH-
Acids always tend to neutralize by reacting with bases.
Yes: organic bases and acids.
The reaction between bases and acids is a neutralization reaction.
yes bases are rarer than acids
Acids: H+ and Bases: OH-
Water helps is in dilution of acids and bases. It does not neutralises but decreases the effect of acids or bases in the body.
Acids: Citrus fruits, Carbonated soda, acids are sour. Bases: baking soda, bases are bitter.
Bases neutralize acids and vice versa. Also, Conjugate Bases neutralize acids and vice versa. The H+'s in acids come together with the OH-'s in bases to make NEUTRAL water!