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# 14218866440641420795337

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Date Created: 01/21/15
Midterm 1 Study Guide Chapter 8 Aqueous Equilibria AcidBase Titrations 0 Determining the volume of base needed to titrate a given mass of acid Standardizing a base solution by titration Reading and understanding titration graphs Strong acidBase titration Calculating the pH of a weak acid titrated with a strong base Calculating the pH of a weak base titrated with a strong acid 0 Calculating the pH at equivalence of a titration Buffers 0 Identifying the major species in weak acid or weak base Equilibria o Calculating the pH of a buffer OOOOO Chapter 9 Energy Enthalpy and Thermochemistry Calculating pressurevolume work Understanding de nitions of heat and work Understanding the de nition of enthalpy Calculating speci c heat capacity Using speci c heat capacity to nd heat and temperature change Thermodynamics of Ideal Gases o Calculating enthalpy and internal energy Understanding thermodynamic pathways 0 Isochoric o Isobaric o Isothermal Calculating the heat of reaction from molar reaction enthalpy and the mass of a reactant Using Hess s Law to calculate net reaction enthalpy 0 Using general properties of reaction enthalpy Standard Enthalpy of Formation 0 Standard states and standard conditions Calculating a molar heat of reaction from formation enthalpies

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