Review for Chapters 19-20

Review for Chapters 19-20 - Review for Chapter 19 Buffer:...

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Review for Chapter 19 Buffer: ue What are the typical components of a buffer solution? How to calculate the pH of a buffer solution? (Henderson- asselbalch quation) Hasselbalch Equation) – (see sample problems on lecture note pages 7-11) Buffer capacity and buffer range? he essential feature of a buffer? The essential feature of a buffer? Acid-Base Titration pH at the equivalence points for different titration cases pH at different stages of titration – (see sample problems on lecture note pages 24-25) lightly soluble ionic compounds Slightly soluble ionic compounds How to calculate solubility product constant – (see sample problems on lecture note pages 35-36) he effects of common ion/pH/ omplexation n solubility 20-62 The effects of common ion/pH/complexation on solubility – (see sample problems on lecture note pages 40-41, 44, 54-55)
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2010 for the course CHEM CHEM 01C taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '10 term at UC Riverside.

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