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Base (chemistry): Quiz

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Question 1: and similarly, in water ________ forms hydronium and chloride ions:
Hydrogen sulfideHydrochloric acidHydrogen chlorideHydrogen peroxide

Question 2: Bases react with acids to produce ________ and salts (or their solutions).
OxygenWater resourcesWaterEarth

Question 3: The concentration, measured in molarity (M or moles per litre), of the ions is indicated as [H3O+] and [OH]; their product is the ________ of water with and has the value 10−7 M.
Dissociation constantBinding selectivityChemical equilibriumAcid dissociation constant

Question 4: Both sodium carbonate and ________ are bases, although neither of these substances contains OH groups.
NitrogenHydrogenChlorineAmmonia

Question 5: A great deal of ________ make good catalysts, many of which form basic substances.
Transition metalPeriodic tableNoble gasActinoid

Question 6: This occurs typically in compounds such as butyl lithium, ________, and metal amides such as sodium amide.
AlkoxideOxygenIronTitanium

Question 7: He noted that acids, which in those days were mostly volatile liquids (like ________), turned into solid salts only when combined with specific substances.
Hydrogen peroxideAcetic acidEthanolOxygen

Question 8: ________ can act as a base as well as nitrogen and oxygen.
CarbonAluminiumUraniumGold

Question 9: Bases can be thought of as the chemical opposite of ________.
Acid dissociation constantAcid–base reactionOxygenAcid

Question 10: Some examples are metal oxides such as magnesium oxide, calcium oxide, and barium oxide as well as potassium fluoride on ________ and some zeolites.
AluminiumAluminium hydroxideAluminium chlorideAluminium oxide







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