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Chemistry Quiz - Acids and Bases
1. Both acids and bases:
A have a sour taste
B contain hydrogen ions in solution
C are corrosive
2. The pH of acids is:
A greater than 7
B equal to 7
C less than 7
3. Bases turn litmus paper:
A blue
B purple
C red
4. The name given to a soluble base is:
A an acid
B a dissolvable base
C an alkali
5. Vinegar, aspirin and vitamin C are examples of household:
A bases
B alkalis
C acids
6. Examples of bases are:
A soaps and softdrink
B caustic soda and limewater
C urine and lemon juice
7. The chemical name for caustic soda is:
A sodium hydroxide
B hydrochloric caid
C softdrink
8. Limewater has the chemical name of:
A lime soda
B calcium hydroxide
C sodium chloride
9. The pH of a strong acid such as hydrochloric acid is about:
A1 to 3
B4 to 9
C10 to 14
10. The pH of neutral substances such as common salt and water is:
A1 to 6
B7
C8 to 14
11. Acids and bases neutralise each other to form:
Awater only
Balkalis
Csalt and water
12. Acids react with metals to form:
Asalt and hydrogen
Bmetal salts and water
Cwater and oxygen
13. Acids react with carbonates to form:
Asalt, hydrogen and water
Bsalt, carbon dioxide and water
Cwater and oxygen
14. A substance which changes different colours in acids and bases is called:
Aa colour conversion chemical
Ban indicator
Can alkali
15. Examples of indicators are:
Ared cabbage indicator and aspirin
Blimewater, caustic soda and methyl orange
Clitmus paper, phenolphthalein and bromothymol blue

 

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