Chem 3al lecture for lab 1 - 1.9.C) When using the...

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[Handout Question #]. [Lab Manual Question #]. [A,B,C. ..]) 1.3.A) The equation (4.10 on pg 20) is useful in this situation. This equation supports the idea that the reaction will be directed to the side of the reaction that has the weaker acid. Also, remember that an INCREADIBLY small amount of reaction will occur in each situation since this is in equilibrium. 1.7.A) Remember that large K eq values indicate equilibrium to the products and small K eq values indicate equilibrium to the reactants. 1.7.B) The symbol X is usually used to signify a halogen, and the symbol X - is usually used to refer to a halide anion. 1.9.A) Never forget what the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation is. 1.9.B) Always remember that all the relative percentages of compounds in a solution adds up to 100%
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Unformatted text preview: 1.9.C) When using the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, be able to correctly identify your acid and your conjugate base. 3.A) If you did not get the correct formula, your answers for the following problems will not be correct. As a result, you were graded on the correctness of the following problems using your inaccurate formula. (ie. You will not be docked credit for the following problems because of your mistake on this problem) 5.A) Keep in mind that the pi-bonds, in the carbon-carbon double bonds, are Lewis base sites as well. The information on pg 22 of you lab manual supports this....
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2010 for the course CHEM 3AL taught by Professor Li during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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