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Chapter-17-problems-extra - amount of NaCl as an impurity....

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165 mL of an acetic acid buffer has a pH of 5.000. The total molarity of acid and conjugate base in this buffer is 0.100 M. 9.00 mL of a 0.370 M solution of HCl is added to the buffer. What will the pH be after adding the HCl?
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Sodium hydrogen sulfate, NaHSO 4 , is an acidic salt with a number of uses, such as metal pickling (removal of surface deposits). A solid sample of NaHSO 4 contains an unknown
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Unformatted text preview: amount of NaCl as an impurity. To determine the amount of NaCl contained in a sample of NaHSO 4 , a 1.014 g solid sample is titrated with 36.59 mL of 0.229 M NaOH. a) Write out the net ionic equation for the neutralization. b) What is the percentage of the NaCl impurity (by mass) in the sample? Describe some appropriate ways to prepare a buffer solution with a known concentration and pH....
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