0-6 (acidic) 7 (neutral) 8-14 (bases)
What is the PH scale?
a chemical substance
what is a acid?
states of matter, heats temp, and pressure
what are the major points of the kinetic molecular theory?
gases have more kinetic energy and less volume
How are gases different than liquids according to the kinetic molecular theory?
solid, liquid, gas
IMF'S strongest and weakest
the balloon popped
What happens to the volume of a balloon if the temp. of the air inside the balloon is increased?
The balloon deflated
What happens if you decrease the temp. of the air inside the balloon?
What determines how many hydroxide ions are needed to write a chemical formula of the base?
water and salt
What are the products of an acid-base reaction?
vinegar, coke, juice
What are 3 household products that are considered acids?
gum, borax, baking soda
What are 3 household products that are considered bases?
pollution in the air or water
What is needed to produce acid rain?
HNO3 when nitrogen dioxide reacts with nitrate.
how it nitric acid formed in the atmosphere?
H2SO4 caused by a chemical reaction.
how do sulfuric oxides contribute to acid rain?
deposition, freezing, condensation
when a reaction in a lab has a temperature of the reaction mixture increases is?
If you perform a reaction in the lab and the temperature of the reaction mixture decreases, is the reaction exothermic or endothermic?
gives off heat
Takes in heat
What temperature scale is used when working with gases?
subtract 273 to celsius
How do you change kelvin to Celsius?
add 273 to celsius
how do you change celsius to kelvin