Acids and Bases
By: Madeline Hiebert 1st Period Chemistry
pH of acids
Differences Between a Strong and Weak Acid
A strong acid is one that is usually 100% ionized in solution. A weak acid does not usually completely ionize when it is dissolved in H20.
Characteristics of Bases
Three Examples of Bases
pH of bases
Differences Between a Strong and a Weak Base
Weak bases are molecular compounds where the ionization is not fully ionized. Strong bases dissolve completely in an aqueous solution.