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CHAPTER 16 ACID-BASE and SOLUBILITY EQUILIBRIA
The following problems will be taken up during lectures. It is suggested that you print and have
them with you in class.
16-1
In 0.500 M HF the concentration of H3O+ and HF are 0.019 M and 0.481 M, respective
Part 4
Material Safety Data Sheets
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Obligation)
Must be accessible to ALL
workers in the workplace
Must be kept up to date
(replaced at least every 3
years, old copies MUST be
kept 30 years)
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Part 2
Classifications
Does a product meet WHMIS criteria?
The Hazardous Product Act (HPA) deals with
three types of hazardous products:
Prohibited May not be advertised, sold or
imported (e.g. drywall cement containing
asbestos)
Restricted Must meet Co
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG - MATH 1102
Logarithmic Worksheet
COURSE: MATH 1102
Q.1 Expand the following logarithmic expressions:
x
(a) log3 x +
1
x3
2
x + 3x 1
q
x+2
(c) log
x2
4x(x 7)
(d) log
(x + 1)2
(b) log5
Q.2 Rewrite the following logarithmic expression
Worksheet: Acids, Bases, and Salts
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What are Acids, Bases, and Salts?
The Swedish chemist Svante Arrhenius introduced the theory of ionization and
used this theory to explain much about the behavior of acids and bases.
An Arrhenius acid is defined a
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG - MATH 1102
Lab 1
COURSE: MATH 1102
This is a quiz. Answer all questions on the answer page provided. You may use a nonprogrammable and non-graphing calculator, but it is not necessary. You have 30 minutes to
answer as many question