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## Problem 15.18 Chapter 15

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Problem 15.18

Calculate the pH of each of the following solutions: (a) 2.8 3 1024 M Ba(OH)2, (b) 5.2 3 1024 M HNO3.

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Chem Notes Week 4 Chapter 3 (Cont.) Stoichiometry  Stoichiometry is the quantitive study between reactants and products  Allows to predict the amount of reactants needed or products made  Coefficients in balanced chemical equations give the quantitive relationship between reactants and products  Can set up stoichiometric equivalence between two substances  Equivalences can be used as conversion factors o Ex. How many moles of water produced from 4 mol of Oxygen  Conversion Factor 1 mol of O =2 mol H O 2 o 4 mol Oxygen x 2 mol water / 1 mol Oxygen = 8 mole Water  Mass to Mass problems o Step 1: Balance Chemical Equation o

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