Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, & neutrals.  Describe the basic differences between acids & bases. pH 2, acid or a.

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Slide 1

Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, &
neutrals.
 Describe the basic differences between acids &
bases.

pH 2, acid or a base?
pH 10, acid or a base?

Hint: Look at your charts on the pink worksheet

Visit the following websites to explore and learn about pH.
Worksheet Activity 1
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/acids/
Worksheet Activity 2
http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html

Activity 3 (Use online lab journal & back of worksheet)
http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/kitchenchemistry/virtual-start.html

Read What is pH? Answer the 10
question on your own notebook
paper using complete sentences.
(Also tell which paragraph your
answer came from.)

Vocabulary
Copy the definitions below into your vocabulary section.
(*Purple part goes in 3rd box)

pH: potential of hydrogen
Acids: A substance that contains many hydrogen
ions, a pH lower than 7.0.
Bases: A substance that contains many hydroxyl
groups, has a pH higher than 7.0
Hydroxyl Groups: An oxygen atom combined with a
hydrogen atom, also called hydroxide ions
pH Indicators: Indicates the pH of a substance by
turning a different color for each pH. Examples:
litmus paper, cabbage juice, electronic test meters.

Interactive pH website
• Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
Complete all 3 activities


Slide 2

Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, &
neutrals.
 Describe the basic differences between acids &
bases.

pH 2, acid or a base?
pH 10, acid or a base?

Hint: Look at your charts on the pink worksheet

Visit the following websites to explore and learn about pH.
Worksheet Activity 1
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/acids/
Worksheet Activity 2
http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html

Activity 3 (Use online lab journal & back of worksheet)
http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/kitchenchemistry/virtual-start.html

Read What is pH? Answer the 10
question on your own notebook
paper using complete sentences.
(Also tell which paragraph your
answer came from.)

Vocabulary
Copy the definitions below into your vocabulary section.
(*Purple part goes in 3rd box)

pH: potential of hydrogen
Acids: A substance that contains many hydrogen
ions, a pH lower than 7.0.
Bases: A substance that contains many hydroxyl
groups, has a pH higher than 7.0
Hydroxyl Groups: An oxygen atom combined with a
hydrogen atom, also called hydroxide ions
pH Indicators: Indicates the pH of a substance by
turning a different color for each pH. Examples:
litmus paper, cabbage juice, electronic test meters.

Interactive pH website
• Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
Complete all 3 activities


Slide 3

Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, &
neutrals.
 Describe the basic differences between acids &
bases.

pH 2, acid or a base?
pH 10, acid or a base?

Hint: Look at your charts on the pink worksheet

Visit the following websites to explore and learn about pH.
Worksheet Activity 1
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/acids/
Worksheet Activity 2
http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html

Activity 3 (Use online lab journal & back of worksheet)
http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/kitchenchemistry/virtual-start.html

Read What is pH? Answer the 10
question on your own notebook
paper using complete sentences.
(Also tell which paragraph your
answer came from.)

Vocabulary
Copy the definitions below into your vocabulary section.
(*Purple part goes in 3rd box)

pH: potential of hydrogen
Acids: A substance that contains many hydrogen
ions, a pH lower than 7.0.
Bases: A substance that contains many hydroxyl
groups, has a pH higher than 7.0
Hydroxyl Groups: An oxygen atom combined with a
hydrogen atom, also called hydroxide ions
pH Indicators: Indicates the pH of a substance by
turning a different color for each pH. Examples:
litmus paper, cabbage juice, electronic test meters.

Interactive pH website
• Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
Complete all 3 activities


Slide 4

Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, &
neutrals.
 Describe the basic differences between acids &
bases.

pH 2, acid or a base?
pH 10, acid or a base?

Hint: Look at your charts on the pink worksheet

Visit the following websites to explore and learn about pH.
Worksheet Activity 1
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/acids/
Worksheet Activity 2
http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html

Activity 3 (Use online lab journal & back of worksheet)
http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/kitchenchemistry/virtual-start.html

Read What is pH? Answer the 10
question on your own notebook
paper using complete sentences.
(Also tell which paragraph your
answer came from.)

Vocabulary
Copy the definitions below into your vocabulary section.
(*Purple part goes in 3rd box)

pH: potential of hydrogen
Acids: A substance that contains many hydrogen
ions, a pH lower than 7.0.
Bases: A substance that contains many hydroxyl
groups, has a pH higher than 7.0
Hydroxyl Groups: An oxygen atom combined with a
hydrogen atom, also called hydroxide ions
pH Indicators: Indicates the pH of a substance by
turning a different color for each pH. Examples:
litmus paper, cabbage juice, electronic test meters.

Interactive pH website
• Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
Complete all 3 activities


Slide 5

Tell what the pH is for acids, bases, &
neutrals.
 Describe the basic differences between acids &
bases.

pH 2, acid or a base?
pH 10, acid or a base?

Hint: Look at your charts on the pink worksheet

Visit the following websites to explore and learn about pH.
Worksheet Activity 1
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/acids/
Worksheet Activity 2
http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html

Activity 3 (Use online lab journal & back of worksheet)
http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/kitchenchemistry/virtual-start.html

Read What is pH? Answer the 10
question on your own notebook
paper using complete sentences.
(Also tell which paragraph your
answer came from.)

Vocabulary
Copy the definitions below into your vocabulary section.
(*Purple part goes in 3rd box)

pH: potential of hydrogen
Acids: A substance that contains many hydrogen
ions, a pH lower than 7.0.
Bases: A substance that contains many hydroxyl
groups, has a pH higher than 7.0
Hydroxyl Groups: An oxygen atom combined with a
hydrogen atom, also called hydroxide ions
pH Indicators: Indicates the pH of a substance by
turning a different color for each pH. Examples:
litmus paper, cabbage juice, electronic test meters.

Interactive pH website
• Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
Complete all 3 activities


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