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Acids and bases and metals - Test

1.

What does this hazard symbol mean?

shows two test tubes dripping liquid onto two objects. Where the liquid has come into contact with the object, the object has been corroded

2.

Which of these acids is most likely to be dangerous?

3.

Which statement about bases is true?

4.

Which statement about alkalis is true?

5.

What happens to litmus paper in acidic solutions?

6.

Universal indicator solution is usually green to begin with. What does this mean?

7.

A liquid has a pH of 7.5 - what does this mean?

8.

A liquid has a pH of 1 - what does this mean?

9.

What products are formed when a metal oxide reacts with an acid?

10.

What products are formed when a metal carbonate reacts with an acid?

11.

Farmers use lime to neutralise their soils. What sort of substance is lime?

12.

Which acid could be used to make ammonium nitrate (a type of fertiliser)?

13.

Which salt is made when copper oxide and sulfuric acid react together?

14.

Which gas is produced when magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid?