Acids and Bases
Acids and bases are all around us. This programme features early theories of Arrhenius and Lowry-Bronsted and looks at valence structures, exposed protons and proton transfer. It looks at diprotic and triprotic acids linked to structures and give examples. The pH scale and the use of indicators to measure pH is explained as are standard reactions - acid + metal, acid + oxide, acid + carbonate, acid + hydrogen carbonate.


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Created: Sep 23, 2011

Updated: Sep 25, 2013

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Acids and Bases in the Home

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