1)Your lab manual contains a deduction of the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation using the dissociation of a weak acid, HA, to its conjugate base (A-)...
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1) Your lab manual contains a deduction of the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation using the dissociation of a weak

acid, HA, to its conjugate base (A-) and a H+. Use the dissociation of a weak base to estimate pH (yes, pH) of a weak base in solution using the parameter pKb. BOH ⇆ B+ + OH- 

 where BOH = a weak base. Start by describing the degree of dissociation of BOH into OH- and B+ using Kb. Hint: pOH = -log [OH-] 

 

 

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