Problem Set 3.1: Neutralization Reactions through Titrations1.Identify all the compounds (acids, bases, strong, weak, spectator ions, etc.)2.Figure out what is in solution.3.Neutralize any strong acids or bases (if there are other bases/acids in solution). This will require looking for the limiting reagent, reacting the compounds to completion, and identifying what remains in solution.4.After figuring out what is left in the solution, solve the equilibrium. The remaining solution will either be a strong acid, weak acid, buffer, weak base, or strong base solution.1.Equal moles:
Review from Exam 21.What is the pH of 0.5 moles of NaCl in 1 L of water?
2.What is the pH of 0.3 moles of NaNO3in 1 L of water?
3.What is the pH of 0.2 moles of NH4Cl dissolved in 1 L of water?