Acids

Acids are the hydrogen containing substances that give H+ ion in water solution, tastes sour, change the color of the indicators (red litmus paper to blue), reacts with metal like iron, zinc, aluminum to liberate hydrogen, reacts with certain bases to form salts. Hydrochloric, sulfuric, nitric acid is the most common examples of inorganic mineral acid used widely in the laboratory and industry. The modern topics on acid and bases are not only limited to the aqueous solutions (Arrhenius theory), the electronic concept (Bronsted Lowry and Lewis theory) is also used to define all the acids and bases in chemistry or chemical science.

Nitric acid (chemical formula HNO3) and nitrate ion structure, uses, and production process

Nitric Acid

What is nitric acid? Nitric acid (chemical formula HNO3) is colorless, fuming, highly corrosive liquid. It is the most important heavy chemicals used in the...
Boric acid (H3BO3) Structure, Properties, Preparation, and Chemical uses

Boric Acid Powder

What is boric acid powder? Boric acid or Boric Powder, also called hydrogen borate or orthoboric acid is a white crystalline solid with the chemical...
Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) and sulfate ion structure. production, properties and uses

Sulfuric Acid

Sulfuric acid chemical formula Sulfuric acid or sulphuric acid or hydrogen sulfate (chemical formula H2SO4) is a commercially important dense, colorless, oily, corrosive liquid. It...
Definitions, Examples and Chemical Properties of Hard, Soft and Borderline Acids

Hard Soft Acid Base

Hard soft acid base theory Hard soft acid base theory or HSAB-principle proposed by Ralph Pearson (1963) are very helpful for predicting the stability and...
pH and pOH Scale chart and definition for acidic, neutral and basic solution in chemistry

pH and pOH Scale

What is pH and pOH? pH and pOH scale define and measure the acidity and basicity of neutral, acidic, and basic solutions in water based...
Acids and bases properties and definition in chemistry

Acids Bases

Acids and bases properties Acids and bases in chemistry commonly possess some opposite properties. For example, acids are chemical substances whose aqueous or water solution...
Definition and Chemical Properties of Lewis Acids Base Reaction

Lewis Acids Bases

Lewis acid and base definition Lewis acid base concept or theory of acids and bases in 1923 explains the acid base properties in terms of...
Protonic definition or Bronsted Lowry Conjugate acid base pair in Chemistry

Conjugate Acid Base Pair

Conjugate acid-base pair definition Conjugate acid base pair or protonic definition of acids and bases independently proposed by Bronsted and Lowery in 1923 for learning...
Acid and bases quiz questions answers

Acids and Bases Questions

Acids and bases multiple choice questions and answer Acids and bases multiple choice questions and answer or quiz in online learning chemistry contain 10 questions for...