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1) The process by which an atom or a molecule acquires a negative or positive charge. a) Concentration b) Tritration c) Buffering d) Ionization e) Indicator f) Neutralization 2) The abundance of a constituent divided by the total volume of a mixture.  a) Ionization b) Concentration c) Buffer d) Dilute e) Neutralizing f) Titration 3) Any substance that gives a visible sign, usually a color change, of the presence of an acid or base. a) Buffer b) Water c) Neutralizer d) Ionization e) Inhibitor f) Indicator 4) The number of moles of the substance per liter of liquid. a) Molarity b) Molecule c) Molar Mass d) Modern Family e) Molecular Weight f) Mole Value 5) A reaction between an acid and base that results in a pH of 7. a) Dilution b) Titration c) Equilibrium d) Concentration e) Ionization f) Neutralize 6) Completely ionizes in water, example: NaOh and HCl a) Weak Acid / Base b) Strong Acid / Base c) Strong Acid /Weak Base d) Weak Acid / Strong Base e) Only Strong Acid f) Only Weak Base 7) Few ions are released in water, example: Vinegar, CH3CO2H ; baking soda, NaHCO3 a) Weak Acid / Base b) Strong Acid / Base c) Strong Acid / Weak Base d) Weak Acid / Strong Base e) Only Strong Acid f) Only Weak Base 8) A method of determining the concentration of a solution a) Molarity b) Molar Mass c) Equilibrium d) Ionization e) Titration f) Concentration 9) When the forward and reverse reactions occur at equal rates, this is called ___ a) Molarity b) Concentration c) A Buffer d) Ionization e) Titration f) Equilibrium

Acid / Base Review

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