Identify the properties of a base
Sour, ablitity to change colors in an indicator, shiny.
Slippery, shiny, bitter.
Bitter, ablitity to change colors in an indicator, and slippery.
Shiny, ablitity to change colors in an indicator, and slippery.
Bases are bitter. They change the color of red litmus to blue litmus and bases are slippery.
(a) What is produced if an acid is added to a base?
(b) Why does dry HCl gas not change the color of dry litmus paper?
(c) What color does phenolphthalein indicator turn when added to an alkali (such as sodium hydroxide)?
China rose indicator in acidic solution changes its color to ______________________.
A shiny brown colored element ‘X’ on heating in the air becomes black in color. Name the element ‘X’ and the black colored compound.
Why are bases slippery and taste bitter where as acids are not slippery and taste sour?