Chapter 9 Notes - A. Acid Strength refers to degree of...

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Chapter 9 -New Ionic Equations I. Solution Conductivity - Ability to conduct on electric current A. Nonelectrolytes : sugar, ethyl alcohol, no ions present! B. Electrolytes: mobile ions present. C. Ions are produced in two ways: 1. Dissociation: ionic compounds dissolve (NaCl --> Na+ + Cl-) 2. Ionization: molecular compounds react with water to produce ions (HCl---> H+ + Cl-) D. Strength of Electrolytes E. Solution Inventory (or what particles are Present in a Solution?) II. Strong and Weak Acids
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Unformatted text preview: A. Acid Strength refers to degree of ionization. 1. Strong acids ionize completely (or nearly so). a. Solution inventory is the ions formed (H+ and X-) b. Examples of strong acids: MEMORIZE!!!! HCl(aq) HBr(aq) HI(aq) HClO4(aq) HClO3(aq) H2SO4(aq) HNO3(aq) 2. Weak acids ionize to a limited extent. a. Solution inventory is the mainly the neutral acid molecule b. Examples of weak acids: Anything that's not on the strong acid list :-)...
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