Acids, bases and alkalis are found in the laboratory and at home. Acids and bases can neutralise each other. A base that can dissolve in water is also called an alkali.
What does this hazard symbol mean?
Which of these acids is most likely to be dangerous?
Which statement about bases is true?
They are all alkalis
They can neutralise acids
They are all soluble
Which statement about alkalis is true?
They are all bases
They cannot neutralise acids
They are all insoluble
What name is given to a hazardous substance that can burn through skin and other substances?
Which of these is not a base?
What sort of substance is found in many medicines to cure indigestion?
What name is given to a reaction in which an acid and base react with each other?
Which is a source of naturally occurring acids?
What sort of chemical is found in many household cleaning products, like bleach and oven cleaner?