High School Physics


Bases and alkalis – fundamentals

In this post, we will study the fundamentals of Bases and Alkalis (fundamentals, definition, differences, examples, reactions of alkalis with water, strong and weak alkalis, etc.) Bases Bases are substances that neutralize acids. They are the chemical opposites of acids. The largest group of bases are metal oxides, hydroxides, and carbonates, such as sodium oxide, […]

Neutralization reaction – definition, examples, equations

The reaction of an acid and a base is called a neutralization reaction. Although acids and bases have their own unique chemistries, the acid and base cancel each other’s chemistry to produce a rather innocuous substance – water. In fact, the general reaction between an acid and a base isacid + base → water + […]

Acid, Alkali, and pH scale – chemistry notes

Here you will get the fundamental concepts of acids, alkalies, and pH value (concepts, measurements, & examples). What is an Acid? An acid is a substance that produces hydrogen ions, H+, in an aqueous solution. For example, solutions of:● hydrochloric acid (HCl) contains hydrogen (H+) ions and chloride (Cl–) ions● sulfuric acid (H2SO4) contains hydrogen […]

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