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HSC The Acidic Environment Syllabus Notes

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Complete Syllabus Notes for the topic 'The Acidic Environment' including relevant diagrams, images and equations.

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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Acids Mineral acids Household chemicals Oxidizing agents Acid Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory Sulfuric acid PH Conjugate acid Iodic acid
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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Acids Mineral acids Household chemicals Oxidizing agents Acid Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory Sulfuric acid PH Conjugate acid Iodic acid
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Indeed, microorganisms found in the digestive system are well adapted to acidic or basic environments. Many industries use acidic and basic compounds for a wide range of purposes and these compounds are found in daily use within the home. Because of this, an awareness of the properties of acids and bases is important for safe handling of materials. Currently, concerns exist about the increased release of acidic and basic substances into the environment and the impact of these substances on the environment and the organisms within those environments. Indicators were identified with the observation that the colour of some flowers depends on soil composition Classify common substances as acidic, bas...
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