Thestrengthofanacidisinverselyrelatedto

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Unformatted text preview: produce a given concentration of a compound or an ion in solution. ‐ Calculate the molarity of a compound or an ion in a diluted solution. Chapter 16: Acids and Bases Know the properties of acids and bases Know Arrhenius and Brønsted‐Lowry (B‐L) definitions for acids and bases Given an acid‐base reaction, ‐ Classify each reactant as an Arrhenius and/or a Bronsted‐Lowry acid or base. ‐ Indicate the conjugate acid‐base pairs. ‐ Note that conjugate acid‐base pairs differ only by a H+ ion. The strength of an acid is inversely related to strength of its conjugate base. – Weak acids have conjugate bases that are stronger than H2O. They react with water to produce OH. F(aq) + H2O(l) HF(aq) + OH(aq) The strength of an acid is inversely related to strength of its conjug...
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