Acids and bases revision

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Which of these is not an Indicator?

Which of these is not an Indicator?
Litmus
Methyl Orange
Ammonia
Phenolphthalein

What are the formulas for Sulfuric Acid and Calcium Hydroxide?

What are the formulas for Sulfuric Acid and Calcium Hydroxide?

Which of these are the most common Alkalis?

Which of these are the most common Alkalis?
Select the four correct answers
Calcium Carbonate
Calcium Hydroxide
Sodium Hydroxide
Sodium Chloride
Potassium Hydroxide
Calcium Chloride
Sulfuric Hydroxide
Ammonia Solution

What does a CORROSIVE acid mean?

What does a CORROSIVE acid mean?
A concentrated acid that you can drink
A weak acid that is harmless
An acid that eats away at Metals, Skin and Cloth

Which of these are the most common Acids?

Which of these are the most common Acids?
Select the four correct answers
Hydrochloric Acid
Ethanoic Acid
Methanoic Acid
Sulfuric Acid
Citric Acid
Nitric Acid

What colour will an acid turn pink Litmus paper?

What colour will an acid turn pink Litmus paper?
Blue/Purple
Red
It stays the same

What are the formulas for Nitric Acid and Ammonia Solution?

What are the formulas for Nitric Acid and Ammonia Solution?

What is a Neutral substance?

What is a Neutral substance?
Salt
A type of Acid
Not an Acid or Alkali
A type of Alkali