Properties of acids & bases

IB Chemistry: Properties of acids & bases

The characteristic properties of acids are generally well known. Reactions of acids with reactive metals, metal oxides, hydroxides, carbonates and hydrogencarbonates are all obvious examples. Other less obvious examples which are not technically on the IB programme are reactions with sulfides and sulfites. You should also include their characteristic reaction with acid-base indicators such as litmus, phenolphthalein,...

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