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It turns out that chemists still find it convenient to pretend as if they are present, and to show these structures in equations that involve acid-base reactions.
The name base has long been associated with a class of compounds whose aqueous solutions are characterized by: It is of Arabic origin, from al-kali "the ashes" which refers to the calcined wood ashes that were boiled with water to obtain potash which contains the strong base KOH, used in soap making.
The element name potassium and its symbol K from the Latin kalium derive from these sources.
Just as an acid is a substance that liberates hydrogen ions into solution, a base yields hydroxide ions when dissolved in water: However, other substances which do not contain hydroxide ions can nevertheless produce them by reaction with water, and are therefore also classified as bases.
Two classes of such substances are the metal oxides and the hydrogen compounds of certain nonmetals: A base is a substance that yields an excess of hydroxide ions when dissolved in water. This kind of reaction is called a neutralization reaction. This "molecular" equation is convenient to write, but we need to re-cast it as a net ionic equation to reveal what is really going on here when the reaction takes place in water, as is almost always the case.
Confirmation that this equation describes all neutralization reactions that take place in water is provided by experiments indicating that no matter what acid and base are combined, all liberate the same amount of heat In the case of a weak acid, or a base that is not very soluble in water, more than one step might be required.
For example, a similar reaction can occur between acetic acid and calcium hydroxide to produce calcium acetate: The salt can be recovered as a solid by evaporating the water. What you should be able to do Make sure you thoroughly understand the following essential concepts that have been presented above.
Suggest simple tests you could carry out to determine if an unknown substance is an acid or a base. State the chemical definitions of an acid and a base in terms of their behavior in water. Write the formula of the salt formed when a given acid and base are combined.
The Chem1 Virtual Textbook home page is at http: This lesson group is suitable for a beginner's course and contains no equilibrium calculaions. This chapter covers the following topics: What is an acid? What is a base? It can be accessed directly at http: This material is directed mainly at the first-year college level, but much of it is also suitable for high-school students.
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