(a) From Kw in Table 6-1, calculate the pH of pure water at 0, 20, and 40C. (b) For the reaction D2O D OD, K [D][OD] 1.35 1015 at 25C. In this equation, D stands for deuterium, which is the isotope 2 H. What is the pD ( log[D]) for neutral D2O?
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Chase Bobier CHEM 1010 notes week 7 Important terms Things you need to know Ionic and Covalent Compounds A compound is formed when two or more different elements combine chemically Bonds -Ionic bonds are the electrostatic force between ions of opposing charges. So anions bond with cations. Ionic compounds are always neutral, having no charge. (Example: Ns and Cl bond to form NaCl) -Covalent bonds are when atoms ‘share’ electrons between each other in pairs. Covalent compounds are usually formed between two nonmetals. Predicting the Formula of Ionic Compounds (Ionic compounds are a metal and a nonmetal) 1) Write the metal with it’s cationic charge 2) Write the nonmetal with it’s anionic char
Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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