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acidpractice2 - H 5 NH 2 (pKb = 9.13)& 5....

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CHEM 2B: Weak acids and bases 2 Clemens 1. The percent ionization of benzoic acid (C 6 H 5 COOH) in a 0.110M solution is 2.4%. What is the pH of the solution? 2. The pH of an 11g/L aqueous solution of caproic acid, HC 6 H 11 O 2 , is found to be 2.94. What is the K a value for this acid? 3. Calculate the pH of 0.22M chloroacetic acid (pKa = 2.85).
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4. Calculate the pH of 0.025M aniline, C 6
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Unformatted text preview: H 5 NH 2 (pKb = 9.13)& 5. Calculate the pH of 0.15M sulfuric acid (please find the Ka 1 and Ka 2 values in your book). 6. Calculate the pH of 0.15M carbonic acid (please find the Ka 1 and Ka 2 values in your book). 7. Look at the following salts and decide if they will be acidic, basic or neutral when they are dissolved in water. a) NaBr b) Ca(CN) 2 c) NH 4 Cl d) KNO 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2009 for the course CHEM 2B taught by Professor Clemens during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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