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Dilute Acid Dilemma from lecture notes

Dilute Acid Dilemma from lecture notes - 3 C Dilute...

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Unformatted text preview: ( 3, C. Dilute Solutions (a new type of problem) ***MUST FIRST read about and work mass and charge balance problems in Ch. 8 to understand this. (read section of chapter call “Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium.” This stuff takes practice! Consider this solution: [HCl]_ —- 1. 0 x 10 8 M ,9 ~5’ What’s the problem? #1:?” lax/fl )18, /)£ fécué/ How do you work it? (systematic treatment of equilibrium) dove Wows. [C/J+[0flJ My)? all gq/cmce .' (Cr) : /)‘/fl {/4 ll Q 7 6 5 4 3 2.. Systematic treatment required here 2w—3 -4 —5 —6 —7 48 log (concentration) Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Seventh Edition © 2007 W.H.Freeman and Company ' -9 -10 12 ) C. Dilute Solutions (a new type of problem) ***MUST FIRST read about and work mass and charge balance problems in Ch. 8/9 to understand this. Consider this solution: [HCl] = 1.0 x 10'8 M What’s the problem? ‘ Mf / /7L 8 flC/ Hm fiflaah 0/ ’ 2/9210 7: #30? CH“ How do you work it? (systematic treatment of e uil'brium) . , g, a Mace: [#307110]? +817 J 2%; Mm: [C/‘Z five"? X :.4 1L Maya? 0150*] 2/,295/ x/ef M f ...
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