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Class Note for CHEM 1332 with Professor Bott at UH


Class Note for CHEM 1332 with Professor Bott at UH

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Date Created: 02/06/15
Other Uses of Ksp a Determine whether precipitate will form Calculate Q from given concentrations and compare to Ksp Q lt Ksp unsaturated solution Q Ksp saturated solution Q gt Ksp precipitate will form b How much to add to make a precipitate Plug in knowns into Ksp expression will be left with needed concentration c Common Ion Effect 7 what is solubility in ali erent solution Assume solubility small plug in knowns as in b Presence of extra ion will reduce solubility al E ects ofAcial and Base Acid will increase solubility if it can react neutralize anion all except from strong acids Base will increase solubility if it can react neutralize cation all except group 1 and 2 cations e What is concentration of one ion if given Ksp and concentration of other ions39 Simply plug knowns in to Ksp expression REMEMBER ONLY USE Ksp FOR INSOLUBLE THINGS ALL OTHER SOLUTIONS ARE THERE TO GIVE YOU IONS ONLY Watch for tricks Think about where ions came from do you multiply by stoichiometry of insoluble salt or not usually yes when using S as molar solubility NO when ions comes from elsewhere Remember pH or pOH can give you H or 0H 1332 SECTION 16 REVIEW Insoluble Salts weak electrolytes Cationn Anionms cgt n Cationaq m Anionaq Q or Ksp Cation n Anion In Every salt has a value for Ksp at a given temperature If Q Ksp solution is SATURATED in given salt Solubility Measure of how to make saturated solution Either gram solubility how many grams in a given volume or MOLAR solubility S how many moles per liter of saturated solution Relationships between S and Ksp 1 write out equation for dissolving and dissociation of salt must know ions from Chap 2 2 write out Ksp expression 3 express concentration of ions in terms of S 7 USING SIMPLE STOICHIOMETRY 4 substitute into Ksp expression to get relationship between Ksp and S For example AgCl 1 AgC1s cgt Agaq C1aq 2 Ksp Ag 0139 3 Ag s 0139 s 4 Ksp S2 Agz zi 1 Ag m 2A2gaqs04239aq 2 KspAg s04 1 3 Ag 2 s SO42 s 4 Ksp 4S3


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