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Values of Kw as a function of temperature are as follows:

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Problem 45

Values of Kw as a function of temperature are as follows: Temperature (C) Kw 0 1.14 1015 25 1.00 1014 35 2.09 1014 40. 2.92 1014 50. 5.47 1014 a. Is the autoionization of water exothermic or endothermic? b. Calculate [H] and [OH] in a neutral solution at 50.C. 46. A

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10/31/16 Lecture Chapter 9 Continued ● Covalent Bonds ○ Single, double, and triple bonds are represented by one, two, or three dashes (respectively) between atoms. ○ A dash represents a pair of electrons ● Polar Covalent Bonds ○ For some covalent bonds, electrons are not equally shared. Polar covalent bonds can be represented by ■ Partial charges δ ■ Dipole ● Hash mark shows partial positive ● Arrow head shows partial negative ■ Electrostatic potential map ● Electron rich is red (-) ● Electron poor is blue (+) ● Ionic-Covalent Bond Continuum ○ ■ Covalent Bond

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Values of Kw as a function of temperature are as follows: