|what are polyprotic bases?||polyprotic bases are bases that accept more that one H+|
|what does amphoteric or amphiprotic mean?||it means that a molecule or ion can behave as either an acid or a base|
|what is the taste of bases?||bases have a bitter taste|
|How does bases relate to PH?||bases PH is greater than 7|
|Bases turn red litmus?||blue|
|Bases turn methyl orange?||yellow|
|Bases turn phenolphthalein?||purple|
|Bases neutralize acids producing?||salt and water|
|Bases are acceptors of?||hydrogen ions|
|what are strong bases?||strong bases completely dissociate when dissolved in water|
|what is a base?||a base is a substance that can accept hydrogen ions or donate a pair of valence electrons|
|How do weak bases dissociate?||Weak bases do not completely ionize, therefore only a degree of ionization occurs|
|How is the ionization of weak bases represented?||The amonut of ionization of weak bases is represented by Kb ( Kb = ([BH+][OH-]) / [B] )|
|what is kb?||the Kb value is a measure of the tendency of a compound or ion to dissociate.|
|The smaller the pKb?||The smaller the pKb, the stronger the base|
|How does weak bases relate to dissociation constants?||weak bases dissociate constant is very small|
what are polyprotic bases?
what does amphoteric or amphiprotic mean?
what is the taste of bases?
How does bases relate to PH?
Bases turn red litmus?
Bases turn methyl orange?
Bases turn phenolphthalein?
Bases neutralize acids producing?
Bases are acceptors of?
what are strong bases?
what is a base?
How do weak bases dissociate?
How is the ionization of weak bases represented?
what is kb?
The smaller the pKb?
How does weak bases relate to dissociation constants?