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Acids And Bases Essay, Research Paper What substances turned into Acids? & What substances turned into Bases? Hypothesis: Procedure: Pour about three milliliters of your sample in each of three test

Acids And Bases Essay, Research Paper

What substances turned into Acids? &

What substances turned into Bases?

Hypothesis:

Procedure:

Pour about three milliliters of your sample in each of three test

tubes. Pour the same amount on a watch glass. In the first test tube put in

two drops of methyl orange and record the color. In the second test tube, put in two drops of bromothymol blue and record the color. In the third test tube, add two drops of phenothalein and record the color. Using the watch glass sample, touch the tips of a red and a blue litmus paper and record the colors. Then touch the tip of a piece of pH Paper and record the color and match the color to the chart and record the pH.

Methyl O Bromothymol B PhenothaleinR Litmus B LitmuspH Paper ColorCongo R

AA- orange/red yellow clear red red pink(1)purple

OJ- red/orange yellow yellow red pink Orange(4) purple

HA- red yellow clear red red red(2) purple

Bleach-orange yellow clear red red orange(4) purple

Vinegar-red yellow clear red red red(1) purple

SH-orangeblue red blue blue brown(12) orange

Mouth wash-red yellow/green sky blue red red red(1) purple

Lemon J-red yellow clear red red red(2) purple

Windex-Orange blue clear red blue orange(6) red

Plax-orange blue lilac red red orange(6) peach

PickleJ-red yellow clear red red red(4) brown

Di gel- yellow blue lilac blue blue yellow(7) red

Conclusion: Acids are chemical compounds made up of nonmetallic elements or polyotomic ions combined with hydrogen. They react with metals to release hydrogen and have a pH less than 7. That is why litmus paper turns red. So anything that turned red in my chart was an acid. Bases are compounds made up of metallic elements or polyotomic ions combined with hydroxyl radicals. They are formed when some metals react with water and have a pH above 7. They turn litmus paper blue. So anything on my chart that is blue under litmus is Bases. So from my results it was very easy to clarify which substance was an acid and which one was a base.

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