EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 5 - Matter and Energy - pH Chemical Reactions Thermodynamics - Fal

EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 5 - Matter and Energy - pH Chemical Reactions Thermodynamics - Fal

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Unformatted text preview: EVPP 110 Lecture Learning Guide #5 Fall 2010 Matter & Energy: pH, Chemical Reactions, Thermodynamics, Enzymes What ions are produced when water molecules dissociate? Why does a crystal of salt dissolve in water? In this scenario, which substance is the solute, which is the solvent? What is the relationship between the terms acid, base and pH scale to the concept of the dissociation of water molecules? What is an acid? What is a base? What is a neutral substance? Which numbers on the pH scale correspond to acid, base and neutral? What is a buffer? How much difference in magnitude is there between each unit on the pH scale? Which is more acidic, a pH of 1 or a pH of 5? Which is more basic (or alkaline), a pH of 12 or a pH or 8? What is acid precipitation?...
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EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 5 - Matter and Energy - pH Chemical Reactions Thermodynamics - Fal

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