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Out-Chap-8-3530 (1) - CHAPTER 8 CONSEQUENCES OF EQUILIBRIUM...

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CHAPTER 8 CONSEQUENCES OF EQUILIBRIUM CHAPTER OUTLINE HW: See Handout for Text Problems #11, 12(a-d), 13(a,b), 14, 25 (i.e. what is [Tyr + ]/[Tyr] ) + Supplementary Problems (attached) Sect. Material COVER 1. Brönsted-Lowry Theory . ............................................................................. YES 2. Protonation and Deprotonation . .................................................................. YES The text uses the expression, HA(aq) + H 2 O(l) = H 3 O + + A - , to characterize acid dissociation equilibria. We will generally use the equivalent expression, HA(aq) = H + + A - . 3. Polyprotic Acids . ......................................................................................... YES 4. Amphiprotic Systems . ................................................................................. YES You are responsible for Eqn. 8.10, but not its derivation. 5. Acid-Base Titrations . ................................................................................... YES We will use the more common form, ] [ ] [ log acid base pK pH a , for the Henderson-Hasselbach Equation, which is slightly different from Eqn. 8.11 in the text (differs in sign of the second term on the right) Supp. We will add a major discussion of acid-base equilibria and . ....................... YES titrations of amino acids/polypeptides + a discussion of protein titration. 6. Buffer Action . .............................................................................................. YES Box 8.1 Buffer Action in Blood . ............................................................................... YES 7. Indicators . ..................................................................................................... NO 8. The Solubility Constant . .............................................................................. YES 9. The Common-Ion Effect .
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course CHEM 3520 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at North Texas.

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Out-Chap-8-3530 (1) - CHAPTER 8 CONSEQUENCES OF EQUILIBRIUM...

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