Common weak acids include formic, acetic, hydrofluoric, hydrocyanic, citric and trichloroacetic acids. Some weak bases include ammonia, trimethyl ammonia, pyridine, sodium bicarbonate and ammonium hydroxide. Weak acids a... More »

Ammonia, ammonium hydroxide and pyridine are examples of weak chemical bases. A weak base can be identified by the fact that it only partially ionizes when mixed with a water-based solution. The anions of weak acids, whi... More »

Weak acids include formic acid, acetic acid, hydrofluoric acid, hydrogen sulfide and hydrocyanic acid. These acids do not completely dissociate in water to form ions, which means substances in weak acids normally stay to... More »

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Ammonia, ammonium hydroxide and pyridine are examples of weak chemical bases. A weak base can be identified by the fact that it only partially ionizes when mixed with a water-based solution. The anions of weak acids, whi... More »

Strong acids and weak acids are defined by their ability to ionize. Strong acids usually ionize 100 percent in a solution, while a weak acid does not. For example, a strong acid placed in water immediately donates a hydr... More »

Pure distilled water has a pH of 7. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with pH levels less than 7 considered acids and pH levels over 7 considered bases. A pH level of 7 is neutral. More »

Neutral substances are chemicals that have no properties of either acids or bases, have equal parts hydrogen and hydronium ions and don't change the color of litmus paper or other acid-base indicators. Neutral substances... More »