Bio 2000 / week of 1-20
Bio 2000 / week of 1-20 200001
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Date Created: 01/22/16
Solution Chemistry: AcidBase 1/20/22 Molecular weight: sum of all mass numbers of atoms CiVi = CfVf 0.3 pH is a factor of 2 Acid – anything that releases a proton (H^+) when dissolved in water; measure on a pH scale *the body naturally buffers substances to maintain homeostasis *changes in pH can denature proteins so that they are no longer functional * more H+ = more acidic CO2 + H2O H2CO3 HCO3 + H^+ know this equation! *strong acids dissociate (completely ionize) 100% while weak acids do not Weak acids are used as buffers – solution of weak acid + its conjugate base that resists changes in pH
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