CH 4 - notes 1 - electrolytes

CH 4 - notes 1 - electrolytes - AP chem. OMalley Text: p...

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AP chem. – O’Malley Chapter 4 – aqueous reactions 1 Name: ____________________ Text: p 127 – 140 (4.1 – 4.3) (electrolytes & solutions) © S. O’Malley 2011 ELECTROLYTES “The extent to which a solution can conduct depends directly on the number of ions present.” – Svante Arrhenius Strong electrolytes Weak electrolytes Solutions Dilution equation Molarity = 4.1 What is the molarity of a solution of 11.5 g NaOH in 1.50 L of solution? SOLUBILITY RULES 4.35 Circle the compounds below which will be highly INSOLUBLE in water. a. aluminum nitrate b. magnesium chloride c. rubidium sulfate d. nickel(II) hydroxide e. lead(II) sulfide f. magnesium hydroxide g. iron(III) phosphate
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HOMEWORK (CH 4 – part 1) 4.2 What is the molarity of a solution of 1.56 g HCl in 26.8 mL solution? 4.3 What is the molarity of perchlorate ions in a solution made of 25 g iron(III) perchlorate dissolved to 250.0 mL? 4.4
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