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  • ... Show both sides. Terms, Definitions. pH, 7.35-7.45. Normal Blood pH, 7.34-7.45. Respiratory Acidosis, 
Inadequate ventilation creates excess CO2 levels
pH < 7.35
PaCO2 > 45. Norm...
  • ... Ka =, [H][A] / [HA]. Bases, red litmus turns blue. ph, - log [ H+]. H3BO3, Name: Boric Acid Formula: _____. ... common industrial acids, sulfuric, nitric, phosphoric, hydrochloric, acetic. Acids have a pH lower than... 7. ...
  • ... H2so4, Sulfiric car batteries. neutral, has pH of 7. Ca(OH)2, calcium hydroxide, strong base. ... volatile, reactive with components, evaporate easily. pH = 14 - ___, pOH. Examples of Acids, oranges, lemons, vinegar. Mantle, Made of hot rock. ...
  • ... equilibrium, a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates. What occurs to breathing when pH rises? hypoventilation. ... Buffer, A solution that resists change in pH when limited amounts of acid or base are added. ...
  • ... Show both sides. Terms, Definitions. acid, ph>7. HNO3, sa. Hydrobromic Acid, SA. ... Unsaturated, added solute will dissolve. bases, What are proton acceptors? 7, pH of water; neutral. 1.00 x 10^-14, concentration of water. Some acids condu...
  • ... BH3, Weak Acid (lewis acid). Draw lung pH balance, NH3 - ammonia, weak base. ... antacid, a weak base that neutralizes stomach acid. pH, A measure of the concentration of solutions of acids and bases and is measured on a scale of 1-14. ...
  • ... solution. conjugate of a WEAK acid or base is, weak. buffer solution, a solution that resists changes in pH. ... solution. buffer, is a solution in which the pH remains relatively constant when small amounts of acid or base is added. ...
  • ... NH3, Weak Base. HC3H5O3, lactic acid. pH (expression), -log[H30+]. bases, denature proteins. ... Examples of Bases, Sodium Hydroxide, Potassium Hydroxide. Tear drops have a ph of____, 7. What is normal bicarbonate level? 22-26 mEq/ ...
  • ... HC(2)H(3)o(2), Acetat acid (vinigar). -log[OH-], [OH-] -> pOH. Cl-, chloride ion sa ion. 10^-pH, H^+ in molarity. Acids release what? H. pH range of base, 1-14. CsOH, cesium hydroxide strong base. True, Bronsted-Lowry acids donate protons ...
  • ... log10^-x =, x. NaHCO3, sodium bicarbonate. potasium hydroxide, KOH. neutral, pH 7. Calcium Hydroxide, Ca(OH)2. ... Bronsted-Lowry acid, proton H+ donor. ph, (chemistry) p(otential of) H(ydrogen). H(COO)2-, hydrogen oxalate ion wa ion. ...
  • ... logx^n =, nlogx. magnesium hydroxide, antacids. nitric acid, HNO3. Basic, pH= 14.00. HClO3, weak acid. H⁺, Hydrogen ion. ... acid, soda is a. H2CO3, carbonic acid weak acid. 14, ph + pOH. Single replacement reactions, A+BC= B+AC. ...
  • ... buffer, an ionic compound that resists changes in its pH. Henderson- Hasselbalch Equation, A mathematical expression that relates pH, pKa , and the concentrations of the acid and base components of a buffer system. ...
  • ... chlorine, Cl2. ClO4-, Perchlorate. High pH, 7.1-14. NH3, weak base. ... perchloric acid, HClO4 strong acid. color turns bromothymol blue - acid, yellow. PH, the negative logarithm of the hydrogen- ion concentration. Represented by ph=-log[H+ ...
  • ... uncharged. hyperventilation, overbreathing; ph value goes up and more basic because less CO2 in blood. ... buffer capacity, amount of acid or base a buffer solution can absorb without a significant change in pH. ...
  • ... pH, The negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration. organic acids, contain COOH. and are weak acids. ... acidic, having a pH of less than 7, reflecting more dissolved hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions. ...