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Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | Student Name McKenna Dawes Student ID 138474 Lesson Determination of the K a of a Weak Acid Institution Broward College Session Spring 2021 - 680385 Course CHM1046L Instructor Alain Bellevue Final Report Test Your Knowledge A substance that has a sour taste and pH less than 7 Changes color at a specific pH A substance that tastes bitter, feels slippery, and has a pH greater than 7 A measure of the amount of dissolved hydrogen ions in a solution Convenient way to measure the acidity of a solution CHM1046L Determination of the K a of a Weak Acid 1. Match each term with the best description. Acid pH indicator Base Acidity pH scale 1 2 3 4 5
2. Identify the statements as true or false.
1 Strong acids have large K values. a A solution with pH 4 is 100 times more acidic than a solution of pH 6. 2 Low pH values are associated with basic solution. Household acids taste bitter and feel soapy. Bases are proton (H ) donors. + 3. Determine if the pH values are acids, neutral, or bases.
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Base ionization constant Partially dissociates in water, forming a conjugate base Completely dissociates in water, forming a conjugate base The moment in the titration where exactly enough base as been added to completely react with the acid Acid ionization constant Exploration 4. Match each term with the best description. K b Weak acid Strong acid Equivalence point K a 1. The generalized definition of a(n) _____ is a substance that tastes bitter, feels slippery, and interacts with _____.
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | 2. Acidity is a measure of the amount of dissolved hydroxide ions in a solution.

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