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Suppose 1.25 L of argon is cooled from 291 K to 78 K. What will be the new volume of the

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Suppose 1.25 L of argon is cooled from 291 K to 78 K. What will be the new volume of the argon sample?

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Chemistry 210 10/5 to 10/7 Lecture 18 -acids that transfer protons = Bronsted acids -K = A  BH / HA B  e+ BH = conjugate acid HA = conjugate base -keq> 1 -> proton transfer is favorable -smaller pK value = more acidic pK a -logK a Ka= acidity constant + -strongest acid that can exist in H O 2s H O 3 -strongest base that can exist in H O i2 OH - -acidity of an acid depends on the stability of its conjugate base -more stable = stronger acid -anion stabilization: -electronegativity -resonance -hybridization (more s character) -inductive effects (nearby electronegative atoms) -strength of H-X bond -stronger = less stable -equilibrium always

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