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Unit 10: Acids and Bases—The Voyage of the Proton

Visuals (listed by section)

Acids Dissolve Metals (Section 1)

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Acids (Section 2)

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Hydronium Ion (Section 2)

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Water Dissociation (Section 2)

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Svante Arrhenius (Section 2)

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Ceviche from Peru (Section 3)

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The pH Scale Runs from 0 to 14 (Section 3)

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A Natural Color-Changing pH Indicator (Section 4)

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pH Meters and Indicators (Section 4)

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Litmus Paper (Section 4)

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Color-Changing Flowers (Section 4)

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Phenolphthalein: A Common Laboratory Indicator (Section 5)

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Acid-Base Indicators Come in Many Types  (Section 5)

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Acid Rain (Section 5)

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Acetic Acid and the Acetate Ion: A Conjugate Acid-Base Pair (Section 6)

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Ammonia and Ammonium: Another Conjugate Acid-Base Pair (Section 6)

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Titration Curve (Section 9)

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Titration of a Buffered Solution  (Section 10)

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Blood pH (Section 10)

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Cottage cheese and pH (Section 11)

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The Buffer System in the Blood (animation)

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Ketoacidosis (animation)

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The pH Scale (animation)

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