chemistry - Strong Acids Weak acids Finding pH given...

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Strong Acids Weak acids Finding pH given molarity of just strong acid o Find log[] Finding pH for weak acid o Do ice table, everything is 0 Mixture of strong acid and weak acid o Take equation of weak acid o H+ concentation is equal to concentration of strong acid Mixture of 2 weak acids o Choose the strongest one o Make sure the concentrations are about the same o H+=0 Strong bases Weak Bases
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Strong base o [OH]= M of base given Strong Acids have weak conjugate bases and vice versa Finding pOH for weak bases o Do ice table o Everything is zero Anions as weak bases o Can be base or conjugate base o HCI Cl + H Anion as base of strong acid, equation is to the right CHO2 is an anion of weak acid Cation that is counterion of a strong base is neutral like NaOH o Lies to right o Li is neutral from strong base and also Sr Cation that is counterion of a weak base is acidic o Lies to left
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Finding pH of polyprotic acids o Treat as monoprotic if Ka differences are big
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course MATE 210 taught by Professor Gary during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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