Properties of acids: React with most metals to form hydrogen gas, taste sour (like lemons), frequently feel "sticky", and usually are gases or liquids.
Properties of bases: Feel "slippery". The slippery feeling is caused because your skin dissolves a little when you touch them, taste bitter (like baking soda), React with oils and greases( that's why they're used as drain and window cleaners), frequently solids ( though ammonia is a gas that's usually dissolved in water.)
An acid has the pH under 7 and contain the cation H+; a base has a pH greater than 7 and contain the anion OH-. For example: a base is something bitter and forms hydroxide ions in solution. Something like soap, toothpaste, and drano. Another example: an acid is something sour and corrosive and forms hydrogen ions in a solution. Something like lemon juice, sour candy and anything like that.
The difference between acid and base is in terms of hydrogen and hydroxide ions. Hydrogen ions are supplied by acid while hydroxide ions are supplied by base to a solution. A burette is used to measure the quantity of acid or base.
A base burette contain a base, an acid burette contain an acid; any technical difference between these burettes.
Yes, because it shows you the difference between an acid or a base. An of course its both an acid and a base?
Strong acids/bases will dissociate to almost 100% in water and their conjugate base/acid will be weak. Weak acid/base will not dissociate well in water and their conjugate base/acid will be strong.
A simple way to tell the difference between an acid and a base is by taste. An acid always has a sour taste and a base always has a bitter taste.
Reactivity depends on into which foreign mixture an acid or base is mixed. The further the difference of pH values between the acid or base and the new system into which the acid or base is added, the greater will be the resultant reactivity.
A strong acid will dissolve just about anything that is put in it. A weak base will do just about nothing.
Acid is sour in taste and base is bitter in taste and soapy to touch. But we should be careful and not try to taste acid or any base it may be very corrosive.
acid is acid but there is a difference..........
What is the Difference between acid and alkaliAcids are...less than 6.50 on the pH scale but if it over 7.50 it is an alkali/ base.
Acid base titration involves neutralization reaction between an acid and a base. whereas redox titration involves redox reaction between an oxidizing agent and reducing agent.
acid turn blue litmus paper to red while base turn red litmus paper to blue
becase the acid will turn red and the alkile will turn purple
difference between acid base indicator and universal indicator
These acids and bases are not completely dissociated in water.
Because it call sense the difference between a base and an acid.
An acid and a base could to told apart by litmus paper and salt can be used in foods (depending on the type of salt)
An acid produces H+ ions when they are put in water. A base produces OH- ions when they are put in water.
A strong base will, in water, fullyhydrolyse to give (react into) hydroxide (OH-) ions.A weak acid will, in water, partially hydrolyse to give (react into) hydronium(H3O+, or H+) ions.The strong/weak difference is in bold, the base/acid difference is itallicalized.
You use litmus paper to tell the difference between acid and base because it is convenient. It is easy to transport and store, it is easy to use and it is easy to the the result, which is a clear change in color.
In simplest terms, an acid produces hydrogen ions (H+) when mixed with water while a base produces hydroxide ions (OH-).
how can concentration can be achieved easily while studying .
baking soda is a base while vinegar is an acid
The DIFFERENCE ?! I think you mean distinguish an acid from a base, which needs an indicator, like red cabbage solution(turns yellowish with acid, darker with base) Phenolphtaline(Turns violet with a base) Red/Blue litmus paper(RLP turns blue with a base, and BLP turns red with an acid) and finally a pH meter/paper.
Acid compounds will donate hydrogen ions and base compounds will accept hydrogen ions.