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Acid Bases study guide

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Acid Bases study guide B Chem 163

University of Washington Bothell
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This study guide contains a quick reminder of the major equations plus 6 Practice problems. It covers titration and determining the pH of a weak acid solution.
General Chemistry III
Kim Gunerson
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General Chemistry, Math
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by ShinaD on Friday April 29, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to B Chem 163 at University of Washington Bothell taught by Kim Gunerson in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry III in Chemistry at University of Washington Bothell.

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Date Created: 04/29/16
Gen Chem III Shina‐Olga Diadhiou  Study Guide: Acid and Bases  Reminder  pH of Strong acid pH = ‐log[H + ]=‐log[Acid]  Henderson‐Hasselbalch Equation: You can use this equation when you have a buffered solution      Steps to calculate pH of weak acid Solution  1. Determine species involved, not spectators. 2. Find species that produce H. Write balanced equation for dissociation. + 3. Use the stronger species that produce H (If there is more than one in the solution) which is the one that has the higher dissociation constant. 4. Create an Ice chart and solve for x. X is thelu vafor the protons. Use x to calculate the pH. Practice problem: Calculation the PH of a weak acid  What is the pH of a 0.20 M and 0.000040 M solutions of CH COOH?3 (K = 1.8ea5)  Answer: pH = 2.7   pH=4.7    Titration Problems:  Steps:  Before titration:  1. Balance equation  2. Write equilibrium concentration  3. Create an Ice chart, solve for x  4. Plug‐N‐chug  After titration:   1. Balance equation  2. Write equilibrium concentration  3. Write  acid/ Base stoichiometry   4. Calculate new molarity for equilibrium species  5. Create an Ice chart, solve for x  6. Plug‐N‐chug    Gen Chem III Shina‐Olga Diadhiou  Gen Chem III Shina‐Olga Diadhiou  Gen Chem III Shina‐Olga Diadhiou   


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