A certain brine has 3.87% NaCl by mass. A 75.0 mL sample weighs 76.9 g. How many liters of this solution should be evaporated to dryness to obtain 725 kg NaCl?
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Chapter 19 Carboxylic acids Nomenclature of carboxylic acids Conjugate bases of carboxylic acids Change –ic acid –acte Synthesis of carboxylic acids 1) Oxidation of 1º alcohols 2) Oxidative cleavage of alkynes 3) Oxidation of alkyl benzene with benzylic H’s Reactions of carboxylic acids Bronsted Lowry acids H+ donors Conjugate base + HB conjugate acid of base Very strong acids can protonate carboxylic acids Nucleophiles can react at carbonyl carbon Review of acid base chemistry HA == H+ + A Ka = [H+][A]/[HA] Ka= indicates strength of acid pKa = log(Ka) large pKa = weak acid small or negative pKa = strong acid acids with
Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
Author: Ralph Petrucci
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