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Acid Quizzes & Trivia

Fatty acids, amino acids, citric acids, carboxylic acids, and more await in this interesting quiz designed to test you chemical knowledge and put what you learned in science class to the test. Acids are chemical substances that can donate a proton or accept an electron pair in reactions. How well you understand this definition will determine whether you come out of this quiz looking like a science whiz or a science chump.

Can you name the type of acid that vinegar contains? Is sodium nitrate an acid or a base? True or false: Grapes contain tartaric acid? If you think you know the answers, why not take this acid quiz and find out for yourself? This won’t be an acid trip in the sense associated with the 1970’s but this exciting quiz is guaranteed to take you on one heck of a ride! Play today!
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Titration is a process of slowly adding one solution of a known concentration to a known volume of an unknown concentration until the reaction gets neutralized. This trivia quiz is based on the titration problem of acids and...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 8339   |  Last updated: May 17, 2021
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    The Concentration of NaOH is 0.5 M if 20 ml is needed to titrate 35 mL of acid, what is the concentration of the acid?

An acid is a substance that forms a solution with a pH value of less than 7 whereas an alkaline substance has a PH level higher than 7. These are some of the things that we covered on substances. Think you know your acids and...

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    PH paper is put in a solution, which turns red.  What is this?

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    List 3 properties of an acid?

Take This Important Acid, Base, and Salt Test if you are looking for a way to test out just how much you know about them. For you to pass this quiz, you will need to have some knowledge when it comes to formulas of different acid...

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    Which of the following pH values corresponds to that of a basic solution?  



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    Acids take in the proton (H+).
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Acids have a sour taste. Citric acid is what makes the sour taste of lemons, oranges, and other citrus fruits, while acetic acid gives vinegar its sour taste. An acid will turn litmus paper red. Litmus is a vegetable dye that...

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Are you well familiar with acids and alkalis in chemistry? Alkalis are also termed as bases. Bases are substances that have a PH of seven and above. Acids are sources of Hydrogen ions, and alkalis are sources of Hydroxide...

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Below are an Acid and Base Trivia Test. When it comes to chemistry, acids are proton donors, whereas bases are acceptors of protons. There is also a right way of differentiating the two according to your studies, which is...

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Can You Pass This Test on acids and bases? Understanding the characteristics of bases and acids gives one the chance to perfect their skills in chemistry. Acids have a PH value that is less than 7, whereas bases have a base value...

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Acids are very dangerous in nature and give very vigorous reactions especially when it is not appropriately use. This nature is similar to human behavior therefore take this quiz to know the kind of acid your behavior resembles.

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Strong acids and strong bases reacts to give a neutral product which is salt and water. Different combinations in different proportions will also result in different products.If you know more then can you pass this acid and base...

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Different acids and bases have different have different colors and the different kinds of reactions they undergo. HCl, a popular acid is colorless in nature therefore can u identify other acids and bases?

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Acids are substances that hydrolysis in aqueous solutions to give hydrogen ions whilst a base hydrolysis in aqueous solutions to give hydroxide ions. Answer these questions and let's see what you know about them

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The acids we use in the laboratory are very strong acids like hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid. Strong acids are corrosive and can burn your skin. Bases, on the other hand, are the chemical opposite of acids. They are bitter...

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Acids, bases and salts are three main categories of chemical compounds. They have certain definite properties which distinguish one class from the other.  The sour taste of many fruits and vegetables, lemon for instance, is...

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Neutralization is a reaction between an acid and an alkali that forms a salt and water. Salts are odorless and have a salty taste, and many are soluble in water. Common examples include sodium chloride, potassium iodide, calcium...

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A mixture of dyes is called universal indicator. This is more useful than litmus as it can be used to measure how strong an acid or an alkali is using the pHscale. A pH of 7 is neutral (like for example water); a pH of...

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Sea water and detergents are some examples of substances that are basic. Many bases are oxide or hydroxide compounds of metals. Strong bases can also burn one's skin. Tasting a substance is not the right way of finding...

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Acids, bases and salts are part of a variety of things we handle daily. Acids give citrus fruit its sour taste, while bases such as ammonia are found in many types of cleaners. Salts are a product of the reaction between an...

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Acids and alkalis are incredibly important for manufacturing, and for everyday life. Some examples of things made using acids and alkalis are soaps and detergents, fertilisers, car batteries and medicines - you will have probably...

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In general, bases are found in household cleaners to clean grease from windows and floors and also in soaps, toothpaste, egg whites, dish washing liquids and household ammonia. Our body contains some very common acids like dilute...

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Acid rain is rainfall made so acidic by atmospheric pollution that it causes environmental harm, chiefly to forests and lakes. It is caused by the industrial burning of coal and other fossil fuels, the waste gases from one...

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When acids react with bases they usually form salts. How conversant are you with the solutions of this reaction. Take up the simple quiz below and see if indeed you understood the topic on Acids, Bases and Salt. All the best...

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Through out our experiments in the past classes we have discovered that once you mix an acid with a base what you normally get is a salt. Test out your understanding of this topic by taking this review questions and tackle...

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