Chemistry 112 - Study Guide - Test 2

Chemistry 112 - Study Guide - Test 2 - Chemistry 112 Exam 2...

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Chemistry 112 Exam 2 Review Sheet ---- CHAPTER 15 ---- Arrehenius: When acid is dissolved in water H 3 o + increases and when base is dissolved in water OH - is increased. Bronsted-Lowry: Acid is the proton donator and the base is the proton acceptor. Lewis: Acid is the electron pair acceptor and the base is the electron pair donator. - For writing molecular and net ionic equations for an acid-base neutralization reaction, look at the example on p.470 in section 15.2. Acid-Base strength: 1) Polarity (or the more electronegative) the stronger the bond. 2) Going down a column, the radius increases, increasing the bond strength. - When it comes to dissociation, if the reaction completely dissociates, that means it will be a strong solution. - In a weak reaction, it is considered equilibrium and can go both ways, but in a strong reaction, it lies very far to the right and is clearly not at equilibrium. -
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Hartshorn during the Fall '06 term at St. Thomas.

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