# chemistry

1. Acids are substances that produce hydrogen ions (H+) when dissolved in water. Lemon juice is an example of an acid.
A.What does lemon juice taste like?

B.What does it feel like if lemon juice gets in your eye?

2. Bases are substances that produce hydroxide ions (OH-) when dissolved in water. Hand soap is an example of a base.

A.What does soap feel like?

B.What does soap taste like?

C.What does it feel like if soap gets in your eye?

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1. I am aghast that you would post questions like this for tutoring help. You can taste a lemon and answer that question. Feel a bar of soap to see how that feels. You don't need help with this.

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