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4th SUMMATIVE TEST

A Test on ACID & BASE


Name: ______________________________________ Gr. & Sec.: __________________
Date: _______________________ Score: __________
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. What do we call the acid pound in the stomach to aid digestion?
A. Acetic acid B. Hydrochloric acid C. Nitric acid D. Phosphoric acid
2. It is an acid used in the manufacture of fertilizers, animal feeds, detergents, and ceramics.
A. Hydrochloric B. Nitric C. Phosphoric D. Sulfuric
3. Which of the following is widely used for the manufacture of plastics, detergents, batteries, and metals?
A. Acetic acid B. Hydrochloric acid C. Nitric acid D. Sulfuric acid
4. It is the process of mixing an acid and a base to reduce a neutral solution.
A. Classifying B. Neutralization C. Mixture D. Scaling
5. In sappily handling acids and bases, what does the word caution means?
A. The products are less harmful C. The products have more serious effect
B. The products are poisonous D. The products should be used with extreme care
6. Before using the product, it is important to make it a habit ________.
A. To use directly C. To test placing the hand
B. To read the product labels for safety D. To remove and ignore the labels or precautions
7. Which of the following is an example of acids?
A. Milk of magnesia B. Seawater C. Pure water D. Vinegar
8. Using the pH scale, ________ is an example of bases.
A. Grape fruit B. Lemons C. Seawater D. Vinegar
9. Which value corresponds to the pH of pure water?
A. 14 B. 7 C. 3 D. 1
10. What is the pH of the Blood?
A. 2 B. 6 C. 7.4 D. 8
11. The pH oh drain cleaner is 13.
A. Acid B. Base C. Salt D. None of the above
12. What is the pH of rainwater?
A. 1.5 B. 2.4 C. 5.6 D. 10
13. The pH 7 is? A. Acidic B. Basic C. Neutral
14. What happens to the iron nail as it is exposed to acid like vinegar.
A. The color will change to green B. It will turn white C. It will rust
15. A household cleaner has a pH around 10. It would be considered.
A. a base B. an acid C. Neutral D. a liquid
16. Distilled water with a pH of 7 is
A. a salt B. an alkali C. an acid D. Neutarl
17. What is the most accurate way to see acidity or alkalinity?
A. blue litmus paper B. red litmus paper C. universal litmus paper D. indicator
18. If I have a solution with a pH of 3, what is it?
A. Strong acid B. weak acid C. Strong base D. Weak base
19. Which of the following has the greatest concentration of hydroxide ions?
A. 8 B. 10 C. 9 D. 8.1
20. Bleach is a
A. Strong acid B. weak acid C. Strong base D. Weak base
21. Saliva is a
A. Strong acid B. weak acid C. Strong base D. Weak base
22. Toothpaste is a
A. Strong acid B. weak acid C. Strong base D. Weak base
23. Ammonia and baking soda are example of
A. Acid B. Base C. Neutral Substance D. None of the Above
24. Stomach acid is more acidic than a vinegar. A. True B. False
25. Bleach is more basic than baking soda. A. True B. False
26. Milk is slightly acidic. Which of the following substances most likely has a pH similar to milk?
A. Saliva B. Bleach C. Vinegar D. Toothpaste
27. Tomato juice is more acidic than vinegar? A. True B. False
28. Pure water is neutral. A. True B. False
29. Which pH range describes strong acids? A. 0-7 B. 6-8 C. 11-15 D. 0-4
30. It changes a blue litmus paper to blue. A. acid B. base
Direction: Identify the samples below if it is an acid or a base. Write your answer in the space provided before each number.

________________31. Baking soda ________________36. Household bleach

________________32. Rainwater ________________ 37. Saliva

________________33. Baking powder ________________38. Soft drinks

________________34. Drain cleaner ________________39. Seawater

________________35. Lemon ________________40. Laundry detergents