pKa CHART and Exercises Updated

pKa CHART and Exercises Updated - 14 10...

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Chem 3A - Table of pKa's CONJUGATE ACID BASE pKa NOTES 1) CF 3 SO 3 H CF 3 SO 3 -10 Inductive effects ("triflic" acid) ("triflate" ion) and resonance 2) H I I -10 Polarizability 3) HBr Br -9.0 4) HCl Cl -8.0 5) H 2 SO 4 HSO 4 -3.0 Resonance (sulfuric acid) (hydrogen sulfate) 6) H 3 O + H 2 O -1.7 (hydronium ion) (water) 7) CH 3 SO 3 H CH 3 SO 3 -1.2 Resonance (methanesulfonic acid) ("mesylate" ion) 8) CF 3 CO 2 H CF 3 CO 2 0.5 Inductive effects (trifluoroacetic acid) (trifluoroacetate ion) and resonance 9) HF F 3.2 10) CH 3 CO 2 H CH 3 CO 2 4.7 Resonance (acetic acid) (acetate ion) 11) 9.2 sp hybridization (hydrogen cyanide) (cyanide ion) and inductive effects 12) NH 4 + NH 3 9.3 1
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Chem 3A - Table of pKa's (ammonium ion) (ammonia) 13) CH 3 SH CH 3 S 10 (methanethiol) (methanethiolate ion)
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Unformatted text preview: 14) 10 Resonance (phenol) (phenolate ion) 15) CH 3 OH CH 3 O 15.5 (methanol) (methoxide ion) 16) H 2 O HO 15.7 (water) (hydroxide ion) 17) 25 sp hybridization (ethyne or acetylene) (acetylide ion) 18) NH 3 NH 2 35 (ammonia) (amide ion) 19) 40 sp 2 hybridization (ethene) (vinyl anion) 20) CH 4 CH 3 50 (methane) (methyl anion) 2 Chem 3A - Table of pKa's Exercises: Explain the differences between: 1 and 7 1, 7 and 10 8 and 10 11, 17, 19 and 20 2, 3, 4 and 9 6 and 16 6 and 12 12 and 18 16 and 18 14 and 15 13 and 15 3...
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