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Salt (chemistry): Quiz

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Question 1: An ________ and a basic anhydride, e.g.
Acid dissociation constantOxygenAcid–base reactionAcid

Question 2: Examples include ________, many metabolites, peptides and proteins.
Amino acidAmino acid synthesisMetabolismL-DOPA

Question 3: Most minerals and inorganic pigments as well as many synthetic organic ________ are salts.
DyeAcid dyeCochinealMordant

Question 4: ammonium salts like ________) of the component ions.
AmmoniaChlorineNitrogenHydrogen

Question 5: Salts are formed by a ________ between:
ChemistryChemical reactionNitrogenHydrogen

Question 6: Zwitterions contain an anionic center and a cationic center in the same ________ but are not considered to be salts.
MoleculeElectronNeutronAtom

Question 7: Salts can also form if solutions of different salts are mixed, their ions recombine, and the new salt is insoluble and precipitates (see: ________), for example:
Partition coefficientSolvationSolubility equilibriumSolubility table

Question 8: When salts are dissolved in water, they are called electrolytes, and are able to conduct ________, a property that is shared with molten salts.
ElectromagnetismElectricityElectric currentElectric charge

Question 9: ________ SO42− (sulfuric acid)
ParticulateOxygenSulfateGlobal dimming

Question 10: acetates like acetic acid (vinegar) and cyanides like hydrogen cyanide (________)) or the conjugate base (e.g.
SoybeanButterOlive oilAlmond







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