Acid-BaseProblemTypes

Acid-BaseProblemTypes - + + OH-[B + ] [OH-] [BOH] Buffer

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SUMMARY OF ACID / BASE PROBLEMS ALL STRONG SALT ONLY ONE OR BOTH WEAK Strong Acid or Base Strong Acid + Base HCl or KOH HBr + CsOH = CsBr  +  H 2 O Weak Parent(s) Strong Parents   B | A BOH  |  HA Salt, BA (Base)  (Acid) Parents (No Hydrolysis) (hydrolysis) Weak Acid or Base Na | Cl NaOH  |  HCl Rb | NO  2 RbOH |  HNO  2 Weak Acid + Strong Base HCN + LiOH Weak Acid or Weak Base Conjugate Salt Buffer (Henderson- Hasselbalch Equation) NH 4 OH + NH 4 NO 3 HBrO 2  + Mg (BrO 2 ) 2 Lecture 13/14(102)-Plot3       HF = H +  + F - K a  =                = [H + ]  [F - ] [HF] x 2 F - x pH = -  Log [H + ] pOH = -  Log [OH - ] K b  =  BOH = B
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Unformatted text preview: + + OH-[B + ] [OH-] [BOH] Buffer (Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation) Equivalence Point (salt ONLY) (hydrolysis) Beyond Equivalence Point Acid Titrant: [H + ] = [HA] - [BOH] Base Titrant: [OH-] = [BOH] - [HA] pH = pK a + Log [Salt] [Base] See "SALT ONLY" Above pH = - Log [H + ] : pOH = - Log [OH-] pH + pOH = 14 pK a = - Log K a : pK b = - Log K b pK a + pK b = 14 pH = pK a + Log [Acid] [Salt] pH = pK a + Log [Acid] [Base] = x 2 F - x or Weak Base + Strong Acid NH 4 OH + HBr...
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2008 for the course CHEM 103 taught by Professor Kramer during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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