PS%203 - (c) 10-3 M hypochlorous acid and 10-2 M sodium...

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1 AEST A601 Aquatic Process Chemistry Problem Set 3 1. Determine the pH of the following solutions using a graphical solution. Show the "recipe," species, reactions, mass action laws, mass balances, charge balance, and proton condition for each solution. (a) 10 -3 M hypochlorous acid (b) 10 -2 M sodium benzoate (C 6 H 5 COONa)
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Unformatted text preview: (c) 10-3 M hypochlorous acid and 10-2 M sodium benzoate 2. Benjamin Text, Problem 3-3, Citric acid equilibria. 3. Benjamin Text, Problem 3-8. Sodium cyanide solution pH. Will a 10-2 M NaCN solution have a pH greater than 10.5 to avoid forming toxic hydrogen cyanide gas? What is {HCN} in the solution?...
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