Course Syllabus 104 S14

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Unformatted text preview: including polyprotic acids and their salts • relate structure of oxy- acids to strengths of the acids • identify Lewis acids and bases and Lewis acid- base reactions Unit 7: Buffer and Titration Curves Read all of chapter 15 • identify the major species of aqueous solutions and identify which solutions are buffer solutions • calculate the pH of the buffer solution • use a table of Ka and Kb values and select from the table appropriate species to construct a buffer for a desired pH • read a titration curve, identify the major species at each point on the curve and identify key features of the curve including the end point, midpoint, buffering region • estimate buffering capacity from concentrations • select the best buffer for a particular situation based upon desired pH and buffering capacity • compute titrant volume required to reach the endpoint and compute pH of endpoint • describe how to prepare a buffer of given concentration and pH from strong acid and weak base (or strong base and weak acid) Unit 8: Electrochemistry Read sections 18.1- 18.8 Note: You should go back and review chapter 4,...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2014 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Peterpastos during the Fall '08 term at CUNY Hunter.

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