Weak versus Strong Acids; Acidity of Salts

Weak versus Strong Acids; Acidity of Salts
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This worksheet discussion dissociation of weak vs. strong acids and bases. Then, lists the 6 strong acids, and three strong bases. Salts can also produce acidic, basic or neutral solutions. The cation and anion origin are of importance, so a 'quick reference' chart is created for classification of salts. Lots of mixed practice follows.

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Key Words: salt, pH, weak acid, strong acid, weak base, strong base, neutral solutions, acidic solution, basic solutions

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Weak versus Strong Acids; Acidity of Salts
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