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  • Topic:Acids, Bases and Salts
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  • Days:8
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Key Learning:

Observable properties can be used to identify both acids and bases.

The behavior of acids and bases can be explained by the Arrhenius theory.

Acids and bases undergo many characteristic reactions, including neutralization and reactions with metals.

Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 

What are the properties of acids and bases?

What is an Arrhenius Acid and an Arrhenius Base?

What is a neutralization reaction?

When will an acid react with a metal?

What is the pH scale?

What is an acid/base titration?

   
Concept: Acids and bases are recognized by their properties
Concept: The Arrhenius theory explains acid/base properties
Concept: Acids and bases undergo specific reactions.
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What are the properties of acids? 2. What are the properties of bases? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What ion is responsible for the properties of acids? 2. What ion is reponsible for the properties of bases? 3. What other theories explain the properties of acids and bases? (ET)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What ion is responsible for the properties of acids? 2. What ion is reponsible for the properties of bases? 3. What other theories explain the properties of acids and bases? (A)
What happens when an acid reacts with a metal? 2. What happens when an acids reacts with a base (A)
What happens when an acid reacts with a metal? 2. What happens when an acids reacts with a base (ET)
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Acids and bases have real world applications.

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is the pH scale? 2. What is a titration? (ET)
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pH, burret

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  • hydrogen ion -
  • pH -
  • neutralization -
  • corrosion -
  • burret -
  • hydronium ion -
  • hydroxide ion -
  • salt -
  • Arrhenius acid -
  • hydrolysis -
  • Arrhenius base -
  • Bronsted-Lowery Theory -
  • Conjugate acid-base pairs -