SC8 Acids and Alkalis

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What are bases?
Bases are solids that neutralise an acid to form a salt and water.
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Give some example of bases
Metal Oxides and Metal Carbonates
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What is made when a carbonate reacts with acid?
When a carbonate is added to acid; Carbon Dioxide Gas, Water and a Salt are made.
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What is the test for Carbon Dioxide?
The test for Carbon Dioxide is that it makes limewater go cloudy when it is bubbled through.
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What is made when a metal reacts with acid?
When a metal reacts with an acid; Hydrogen gas and a salt are made.
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What is the test for Hydrogen?
The test for
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