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Strong Acid

Completely dissociates.

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Weak Acid

Weak acids are not fully ionized or dissociated.

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Properties of Acids

 

Sour

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Properties of Bases

 

Bitter and slippery

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Acids

 

Electron acceptors.

 

Yeild H+ Ions in solution.

 

H+ donor.

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Bases

Electron donator.

Yeilds OH- in solution.

H+ Ion acceptor.

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NEUTRALIZATION REACTION

 

When an acid and base react in solution to form salt and water.

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Titration

 

The process of adding a known amount of solution of known concentration to determine the concentration of another solution.

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Products of an acid/base reaction

Salt + Water

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STANDARD SOLUTION

 

Solution of known concentration

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END POINT

 

When the indicator changes color.

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Titration Curve

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Amphoteric

 

Acid or Base

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pH, pOH, [H+], [OH-] Calculation Road Map

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pH Scale

pH = (-) log [H+]

pOH = - log [OH-]

pH + pOH = 14

[H+] = 2nd Log (-) pH

[OH-] = 2nd Log (-) pOH

[H+] [OH-] = 1E-14

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If the [H+] =1E-5 in a Coca-Cola what is the concentration of  [OH-]?  Is the solution acidic, basic, or neutral?

[H+] [OH-] = 1E-14

[OH-] = (1E-14) / ([H+])

[OH-] = (1E-14) / (1E-5)

[OH-] = 1E-9

The solution is acidic because 1E-5 is less than 1E-7.

 

 

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Determine the conjugate acid/base pairs.

 

NH3 + H2O ---> NH4+  + OH-

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Hydronium Ion

[H+]

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Hydroxide Ion

[OH-]

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How would you calculate the pH of a solution with a hydronium concentration of 1E-5 M?

pH = -log 1E-5 =5

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Calculate the pH of a solution with a Hydronium ion concentration of 1.3E-9 M

pH= -log(1.3E-9) =8.89