Lec 03 pH of Acids and Bases

Lec 03 pH of Acids and Bases - 108 b 109 t 109 t 109 t 109...

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Unformatted text preview: 108 b 109 t 109 t 109 t 109 t 109 t When a weak acid and its conjugate base are dissolved in separate solutions, the pH values are very different. 109 b 110t 110b 110b 111 t 109 b 111 t 111 t 111 b 111 b 109 b 111 b 112t 10 10 112t 112t 112b 113 114 t 114 m 114 b 114 b 109 b 114 b 114 b 114 b 115 t 109 b 115 t 10 115 t 115 t 115 t 115 t 115 t 115 b 109 b 115 b 116 109 b 117 t 117 t 109 b 117 t 117 t 117 b 109 b 117 b 117 b 118 t 118 t 118 t 106 b 118 b 109 b 118 b 118 b 118 b 119 t 113 119 t 119 t 119 b 120 t 120 b 121 b...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course CHM 132 taught by Professor Markchurchill during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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