Lecture 9 - -with a concentration of 0.0010 M. 5. Protic...

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Chapter 6 Chemical Equilibrium Complex Formation 4. Complex Formation Lewis base: Lewis acid:
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The concentration of an ion in a complex equilibrium system: In a complex equilibrium system, all equilibriaare ±satisfied simultaneously! Therefore, the concentration of a ion that satisfies any one equilibrium must Satisfy all equilibria, and then there is only one concentration of the ion in the y q ,y solution. Example: Find the concentration of PbI + , PbI 2 (aq), PbI 3 + , and PbI + 4 in a solution saturated with PbI 2 (S) and containing I
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Unformatted text preview: -with a concentration of 0.0010 M. 5. Protic Acids and Bases Protic Acid: Protic Base: Bronsted-Lowry Acid: Lowis acid Bronsted-Lowry Base: Lowis base: Salts: Conjugate acids and bases: Proton and hydronium ion Hydroxide: Hydrated hydroxide ion H 3 O 2 Strengths of acids and bases Strong acid Strong base Weak acid: Weak Base olyprotic cids and Bases Polyprotic Acids and Bases Relation between K a and K b Homework: 6-24; 6-25; 6-29; 6-30; 6-34; 6-36; 6-37; 6-40; 6-42; 6-43; 6-48; and 6-52....
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Lecture 9 - -with a concentration of 0.0010 M. 5. Protic...

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