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6-12 R&O 19.6-19.8 p667 #31,34,36,37,38,39,40

6-12 R&O 19.6-19.8 p667 #31,34,36,37,38,39,40

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Thomas Nguyen Mr. Miller HBC P2 6-12 R&O 19.6-19.8 p667 #31,34,36,37,38,39,40 19.

6 pH scale and indicators  Change of concentration of hydronium ions from volume of hcl added wouldn’t seem right on graph because it might double in 40 mL but spike at 100mL, use different scale  Use logarithmic scale, log of number is the power to which 10 must be raised to equal that number  Use pH to avoid negative numbers 19.7 acid-base eq: kw and Ka  pH 7 pure water or 1.00x10-7, how can h30+ form if no acid has been added to water? Water undergoes self-ionization reaction, acts both as acid and base  all acids increase h30+ and decrease OH  at 25C product has Kw= [H3O+][OH=]=1.00x10-1419.8 Buffers  Solution that resists changes in pH even when acids or bases are added is a buffer  Resistance of a buffer is due to presence of a conjugate acid-base pair in the solution

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