Acids and Bases
Acids is a substance which when added to water produces hydrogen ions. Acids reacts with zinc, aluminum, magnesium and form hydrogen. The model of acids are the Lewis model.
The difference between a strong and weak acid is the strong acids most of the molecules break up into solutions. Weak acids are when fewer molecules break up into ions. Some examples of strong acids are lemon juice, bleach and drain cleaner. Some examples of weak acids are vinegar, carbon dioxide, and ammonia. Some physical and chemical properties of acids are the taste, acids are very sour. Acids are electrolyte. Strong acids destroy fabric. The way you can tell if a substance is acidic is if it dissolves a pure sample of the compound in freshly distilled water.