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Maleic acid is a carbon hydrogen oxygen compound used in

General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications | 10th Edition | ISBN: 9780132064521 | Authors: Ralph Petrucci ISBN: 9780132064521 175

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Maleic acid is a carbon hydrogen oxygen compound used in dyeing and finishing fabrics and as a preservative of oils and fats. In a combustion analysis, a 1.054 g sample of maleic acid yields 1.599 g and 0.327 g In a freezing-point depression experiment, a 0.615 g sample of maleic acid dissolved in 25.10 g of glacial acetic acid, (which has the freezing-point depression constant and in which maleic acid does not ionize), lowers the freezing point by In a titration experiment, a 0.4250 g sample of maleic acid is dissolved in water and requires 34.03 mL of 0.2152 M KOH for its complete neutralization. The pH of a 0.215 g sample of maleic 0.82C. Kf = 3.90 C m-1 CH3COOH1l2 CO2 H2O. acid dissolved in 50.00 mL of aqueous solution is found to be 1.80. (a) Determine the empirical and molecular formulas of maleic acid. [Hint: Which experiment(s) provide the necessary data?] (b) Use the results of part (a) and the titration data to rewrite the molecular formula to reflect the number of ionizable H atoms in the molecule. (c) Given that the ionizable H atom(s) is(are) associated with the carboxyl group(s), write the plausible condensed structural formula of maleic acid. (d) Determine the ionization constant(s) of maleic acid. If the data supplied are insufficient, indicate what additional data would be needed. (e) Calculate the expected pH of a 0.0500 M aqueous solution of maleic acid. Indicate any assumptions required in this calculation.

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
ISBN: 9780132064521

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