Acids & Bases
- I can identify Arrhenius acids as those that produce H+ ions in solution and Arrhenius bases as those that produce OH- ions in solution.
- I can identify the H+ ion as written as H3O+ as well.
- I can differentiate between strong acids/bases as those that ionize well in solution as opposed to weak acids/bases as those that do not ionize well in solution.
- I can identify acids and bases as electrolytes.
- I can determine the products resulting from the reaction between an acid and a metal.
- I can write the equation for the neutralization of an acid or base producing a salt and water.
- I can use titration to determine the strength of an unknown acid or base.
- I can use the pH scale to identify a substance as an acid or a base.
- I can determine changes in concentration of H+ ion by an increase or decrease in pH.
- I can determine a new pH using the scale as a base 10 format.
- I can use indicators on Table M to determine properties of substances.
- I can identify a Bronsted-Lowry acid as a proton donor and a Bronsted-Lowry base as a proton acceptor.
- I can identify conjugate acid-base pairs by looking at the H to see which is losing an H (acid) and which is gaining an H (base).
- I can identify substances that can behave as either an acid or base (WATER) as amphoteric or amphiprotic.