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Muay Noina Pun Gege Prezi

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Donhathai Wang

on 13 August 2013

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Transcript of Muay Noina Pun Gege Prezi

Acid & Alkali
Alkali
-Have a pH value more than pH 7
-Turn

red
litmus indicator
blue
-Can neutralise an acid
-Feel soapy to touch
Acid

-Have a pH value less than pH 7
-Turn

blue

litmus indicator

red
-Can neutralise an alkali
-Have a sour taste
Example
of Acid
Weak & Strong acids
Weak acids
-citric acid (found in lemons and other fruits) tannic acid (found in tea)
-acetic (ethanoic) acid (found in vinegar) formic acid (found in ant strings)
Strong acids
-sulphuric acid (accumulator acid, found in car batteries
-hydrochloric acid (in our stomach to kill germ)
-nitric acid (used in the manufacture of explorsives and fertilizers)
-Milk
-Lemon juice,orange juice
-Soda
-Vinegar
Example
of Alkali
-Soap
-Egg white
-Baking soda
-Oven cleaner
-Drano
Made by
Muay#16,Noina#17,Keopun#23,Gege#25
"Thank You"
for watching
(M.1/13)
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