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#1485. Powerpoint Acids, Bases, Salts

Science, level: Senior
Posted Sat Jan 1 20:25:37 PST 2000 by Mike Edmondson (medmond@hotmail.com).
Hardaway High School, Columbus, GA USA
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Activity Time: 5 minutes
Concepts Taught: Acids, Bases, Salts

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Acids, Bases, and Salts
A General Introduction
1999 - Chemistry
M. Edmondson

I. Acids
A. Arrhenius Definition

1. Most narrow definition

2. Hydrogen donor in water solution

B. Brnsted-Lowry Definition

1. Proton donor

2. Hydrogen ion is another name for a proton

3. Conjugates

a. conjugate acid

b. conjugate base

C. Lewis Definition

1. Most general description

a. Acids are electron pair receivers.

b. Bases are electron pair donors.

2. Less restrictive definition

D. Naming Acids

1. Binary acids

a. Consist of two elements

b. hydro + stem of second element + ic acid

2. Ternary acids

a. -ate to -ic ending

b. -ite ending to -ous
II. Acid-Base Behavior

A. General Information

B. Anhydrides

1. Acidic anhydrides

2. Basic anhydrides

C. Strength of acids

1. Weak acid

2. Strong acid
III. Salts

A. Definition

B. Neutralization Reaction

C. Naming