Ch 10 Acids and Bases

Ch 10 Acids and Bases - Chem 101 Dr Nielson Problems for...

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Unformatted text preview: Chem 101 Dr. Nielson Problems for Chapter 10 1. Write the reaction of sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda) with formic acid, HCOOH, the irritant in red ant bites. Takes the pain away! 2. Write the three ionization reactions of phosphoric acid. What species are in an aqueous solution of phosphoric acid? 3. HCO 3- , hydrogen carbonate ion, can act as both an acid and a base. a. What is the name of a species with this property? b. Write an equation for HCO 3- acting as a base with HCl. Write an equation for HCO 3- acting as an acid with NH 3 . 4. Barium nitrate gives off a green color in fireworks. It can be made from the reaction of barium hydroxide and nitric acid. a. Write the chemical reaction, including the subscripts of the reactants and the products. b. Write the net ionic equation of the reaction. c. What are the spectator ions? 5. Identify the acid/conjugate base and base/conjugate acid pairs in the following reactions....
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Ch 10 Acids and Bases - Chem 101 Dr Nielson Problems for...

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