RxnAqSolns-Part+2 - 1 Reactions in Aqueous Solution Part 2...

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Acid – Base Reactions - Driving Force for the formation of Water Electrostatic attraction of H + and OH forming water, which consists of almost entirely molecules, H 2 O Neutralization Reactions – Acid + Base Salt + Water The cation of the salt comes from the base and the anion of the salt comes from the acid. Write balanced molecular, total ionic and net ionic equations for the reaction between aqueous solutions of strontium hydroxide and nitric acid. Acid – Base Titrations Using one solution of know concentration to determine the concentration of another solution through a monitored reaction. Equivalence Point – occurs when all the moles of H + ions present in the original volume of acid solution have reacted with an equivalent number of moles of OH added from a buret. The end point is achieved when a tiny excess of OH changes the indicator color permanently to its color in base. The amount of base needed to reach the end point is virtually the same and the amount of base required to reach the equivalence point. 1
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RxnAqSolns-Part+2 - 1 Reactions in Aqueous Solution Part 2...

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