27-equilibrium - Ch 8 Applications of Equilibrium 8.1 S o lu tio n s o f A c id s o r B a s e s C o n ta in in g a C o m m o n Io n 8.2 B u ffe r e

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1 Week 11 CHEM 1310 - Sections L and M 1 Ch 8 - Applications of Equilibrium 8.1 Solutions of Acids or Bases Containing a Common Ion 8.2 Buffered Solutions 8.4 Buffer Capacity 8.5 Titrations and pH Curves 8.6 Acid-Base Indicators 8.8 Solubility Product Sections to Skip: 8.3, 8.7, 8.9, and 8.10 Week 11 CHEM 1310 - Sections L and M 2 Equivalence Point Equivalence point is determined by the stoichiometry not by the pH Week 11 CHEM 1310 - Sections L and M 3 Equivalence Point The weaker the acid, the greater the pH at which the equivalence point occurs. Notice how the vol of NaOH added does not change for several weak acids
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2 Week 11 CHEM 1310 - Sections L and M 4 Solubility Product Constant The solubility product constant, K sp , dictates the amount of solid that will dissolve Excess solid salt Saturated solution of aqueous ions AB ( s ) x A + ( aq ) + y B - ( aq ) K sp = [A + ] x [B - ] y [A + ][B - ] [AB] K sp = [AB] becomes “1” for pure solids
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27-equilibrium - Ch 8 Applications of Equilibrium 8.1 S o lu tio n s o f A c id s o r B a s e s C o n ta in in g a C o m m o n Io n 8.2 B u ffe r e

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