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1. Which of the following is a pH of a strong acid?
3. Which of the following is not a family of salts?
5. Which of the following states the Arrhenius theory about bases?
a) Bases produce OH- ions in a solution
b) A base is an electron pair donor
c) A base is proton (hydrogen ion) acceptor
d) A base has a pH above 7
7. Which is not a property of an acid?
c) Dissolve metals
d) Neutralize alkalis
9. Which is not a property of a base?
b) Turn red litmus blue
c) pH above 7
d) pH below 7
11. What is not a real life example of a buffer?
13. What does a concentration of H+ ions being 10e-3 mean the pH is?
15. Which of the following is an example of a neutralization reaction?
b) Making Salts
d) Electron Transport Chain
2. Which of the following is a pH of a weak base?
4. Which of the following states the Lewis theory about acids?
a) An acid is a proton (hydrogen ion) donor
b) Acids are substances which produce H+ ions in a solution
c) An acid has a pH below 7
d) An acid in an electron pair acceptor
6. Which of the following states the acid Bronsted-Lowry theory?
a) An acid is an electron pair acceptor
b) An acid is a proton donor
c) Acids produce hydrogen ions in a solution
d) An acid is a proton acceptor
8. What is produced when an acid and carbonate are reacted?
a) salt and hydrogen gas
b) salt and water
c) salt and carbon gas
d) salt, water, and carbon dioxide
10. What is a characteristic that acids and bases share?
a) Are electrolytes
b) Dissolve metals
c) Accept and neutralize hydrogen ions
d) Feel slippery
12. What is the equation for calculating molarity after a titration?
a) g = GmM/r^2
c) F = ma
d) b^2 = 4ac
14. What does a concentration of OH- ions being 10e-6 mean the pOH is?
16. Select the right values of pH, pOH, and [H+] if [OH-] is 1.78e-10
a) [H+] = 5.62e-5; pH = 4.25; pOH = 9.75
b) [H+] = 8.56e-2; pH = 7.65; pOH = 6.35
c) [H+] = 7.91e-11; pH = 9.75; pOH = 2.25
d) [H+] = 7.89e-5; pH = 5.36; pOH = 8.64