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REVIEW FOR ALL MATERIAL AFTER EXAM 3 I. Titration Curves: 1. These curves plot the pH change during an acid-base neutralization. 2. Titration is one of the most important ways of accurately finding the quantity of an acid, a base or some other substance in a mixture or of determining the purity of a substance. 3. Acid-base behavior can be seen with titration curves. Types of reactions we will deal with: a. Rxn of strong acid w/ strong base b. Rxn of weak acid w/ strong base 4. Things to remember: a. Six Strong Acids (all other acids are weak acids): HCl HI HBr HNO 3 H 2 SO 4 HClO 4 b. Strong Bases: Soluble ionic compounds that directly release OH - such as NaOH or Ba(OH) 2 Ionic compounds that have either H - or NH 2 - such as CaH 2 or NaNH 2 Organics with a negatively charged carbon c. When dealing with titration problems, treat each situation as “BRAND-NEW” 5. Strong acid/Strong base: a. Titrate 15mL of 1.0M HBr w/ 0.400 M NaOH. Find pH after the addition of:
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course LBS 172 taught by Professor Laduca during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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