Water as a Reaction Partner

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  • Chemistry

Year of production: 2016
Duration: 03:51 minutes

The subject of this film is the reaction of water with different substance groups, acidic and alkaline solutions. Substances that give off protons when they react with water are called acids, and substances that take up protons in a reaction with water are called bases. Gaseous acids and bases are often extremely soluble in water, as the ammonia fountain experiment demonstrates.

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