Week 13: Thursday, May 4th - Some test practice...
When we add an acid to water H+ ions are released and form H3O+. H3O+ is called:
the acid ion
the base ion
the hydronium ion
the hydroxide ion
As the concentration of H3O+ increases, what happens to the pH of the solution?
it stays the same
it varies wildly
If the pOH is 3, what is the pH?
A buffer solution resists changes in pH. This means if you add an acid or base the pH of the buffer solution won't change very much. Identify a buffer solution in the human body.
I preform a titration to determine the concentration of an unknown solution. I add 75mL of 1.0 M acid to 50mL of the unknown solution. At this point the solution is neutralized. What is the concentration of the unknown? Hint: use M1V1=M2V2.
and click on "Introduction". Which has more H3O+ ions:
Always add acids to
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