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Published: 08/01/2014
KS3 | Chemistry
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Acids, bases and metals – true or false?

A quick true or false exercise to test students knowledge and understanding of acids and bases. Suitable as a revsion task, starter or plenary activity.    

See other resources: Chemical reactions – acids and alkalis (KS3)


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Sarah Kniveton, Science EditorSarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Many thanks for your comment, you're quite right that answer should be false. We'll take a look and add a note to the answers.
Posted on 26th April 2016
Susan RookeSusan Rooke
I'm not completely happy with the question . Do all acids contain hydrogen atoms .. Surely this is false . I would say hydrogen ions !

Posted on 23rd April 2016

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