What is a neutralization reaction?

  1. What is a neutralization reaction? 
  2. Hydrochloric acid (HCl) is a strong acid. About what pH would you expect it to be?   
  1. Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a strong base.  About what pH would you expect it to be?

Experiment 1: Acidity of Common Household Products

Table 2: Acid-Base Neutralization for Part 1, Steps 5 & 6

Test tube 1Test tube 2Standard
Step 1Add acidAdd baseNeutral
Color
pH value

Table 3: Acid-Base Neutralization for Part 1, Steps 8 & 9

Test tube 1Test tube 2Standard
Step 1Add baseAdd acidNeutral
Color
pH value

Table 4: Acidity and Alkalinity Testing for Household Products Data

ProductHypothesized pHColor of Litmus PaperColor of pH PaperActual pH

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  1. Why did the grape juice change color when an acid or base was added?   
  2. You added a base, sodium bicarbonate, to test tube 1 that contained citric acid and an acid to test tube 2 that contained base.  Why did the grape juice return to its original color?   
  3. Name 2 acids and 2 bases you often use.

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