Exam 3 Topics - o Complex ion equilibrium (brief) EDTA •...

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Exam 3 Study Guide- Covers through HW 11 Buffers o What are they? o What are they used for? o How to choose a buffer for your system o Buffer capacity o Use of Henderson-Hasselbach equation Titrations o Strong acid/Strong base o Strong acid/Weak base o Strong base/ Weak acid o Titration curves o Buffer region o Equivalence point o Indicators o Polyprotic acid/base titrations o Determine pH in all regions of curve Solubility o Solubility product o Molar solubility o Common ion effect o Effect of pH on molar solubility
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o Precipitation Will it precipitate? How much will precipitate? o Precipitation used for separation
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Unformatted text preview: o Complex ion equilibrium (brief) EDTA • Electrochemistry o Oxidation vs. Reduction o Anode vs. Cathode o Oxidizing agent vs. reducing agent o Components of an electrochemical cell o Balancing redox reactions o Standard reduction potentials of half reactions o Determining standard reduction potential of a cell o Shorthand notation for electrochemical cell o Relationship between standard free energy, standard reduction potential and equilibrium constants o Nernst equation o Ion selective electrodes...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2011 for the course CHEM 302 taught by Professor Mccord during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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Exam 3 Topics - o Complex ion equilibrium (brief) EDTA •...

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