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What mass of lead sulfate is formed in a lead–acid storage

Chemistry: A Molecular Approach | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780321809247 | Authors: Nivaldo J. Tro ISBN: 9780321809247 1

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Problem 84E

Problem 84E

What mass of lead sulfate is formed in a lead–acid storage battery when 1.00 g of Pb undergoes oxidation?

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CHAPTER 17: ACID-BASE AND SOLUBILITIY EQUILIBRIA GENERAL CHEMISTRY II This general outline is meant as a supplement to the General Chemistry II (1312) course taught at the University of Texas at Dallas and should not be taken as a standalone study guide for the overall curriculum. However, I do hope that this broad summary of the textbook helps you all in becoming successful undergraduate students here at UTD. ­ Justin Sequerra, “Chemistry is the study of matter. But I prefer to see it as the study of change.” – Walter White, Breaking Bad 1 ACID-BASE AND SOLUBILITY EQUILIBRIA 17.1 THE COMMON ION EFFECT  Up to now: Have only dealt w/ solutions w/ only 1 solute  Now: We get to add another  Think of these questions as Le Chatelier’s principle (Ch. 15 Recap: Any change in equilibrium results in the system undergoing a change to reduce the stress) but w/ more focus on the addition of reactants or products  One must also understand acid­base properties of salt solutions (Ch. 16 Recap: Dissolve salt completely (ex: NaCl) and look at the ions (Na+ and Cl­) and decide how they may affect the solutions equilibrium and pH (if they do))  Weak electrolyte (weak base or acid) dissolves in solution to form ionssalt dissolved later in solution may also have the same ion(s) (Common Ion Effect: Sidebar Definition)  Addition of these “common” salts SUPPRESSES the ionization of the weak electrolyte (Shifts the Equilibrium to the left

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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