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(a) Following the example of Mg(OH)2 in Section 7-5, write the equations needed to find

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Problem 7-27

(a) Following the example of Mg(OH)2 in Section 7-5, write the equations needed to find the solubility of Ca(OH)2. Include activity coefficients where appropriate. Equilibrium constants are in Appendixes F and I. (b) Neglecting activity coefficients, compute the concentrations of all species and compute the solubility of Ca(OH)2 in g/L.

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CH 101 Lecture 1 January 13, 2017 Scientific Method  Scientists use the scientific method to find explanations for the world around them  Steps: o Observation o Hypothesis o Experiment o Theory  Repeat process until theory becomes a law Matter  All matter consists of atoms and molecules.  Atoms combine to form molecules.  Molecules may have the same type of atoms or different types of atoms.  The ancient Greeks were the first to come up with the theory that matter consists of indivisible constituents. Atomic Structure  Atoms are known as “the building blocks of matter”  Scientists realized that the atom consisted of charged or uncharged (neutral) entities.  The atom consi

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(a) Following the example of Mg(OH)2 in Section 7-5, write the equations needed to find