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FINAL JEOPARDY. Chemistry Jeopardy. Titration Calculations-100. The molarity of sodium hydroxide if 12.0 mL of solution is neutralized by 6.00 mL of 2.00 HCl. What is 1 M?. Titration Calculations-200.

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Titration Calculations-100
• The molarity of sodium hydroxide if 12.0 mL of solution is neutralized by 6.00 mL of 2.00 HCl.
• What is 1 M?
Titration Calculations-200
• The number of milliliters of 0.04 M NaOH that must be added to 87 mL of 0.17 M HCl to make a neutral solution.
• What is 369.75 mL?
Titration Calculations-300
• If 27.0 mL of 0.047 M HCl is required to neutralize 31.0 mL of NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH solution?
• What is 0.04095 M?
Titration Calculations-400
• If 13.15 mL of 0.045 M H2SO4 are required to neutralize 11.05 mL of NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH solution?
• What is 0.1071 M?
Titration Calculations-500
• How many mL of 0.0603 M NaOH must be added to 37.060 mL of 0.0203 M H3PO4 to make a neutral solution?
• What is 37.429 mL?
Conjugates-100
• KOH +KHSO4 K2SO4 + H2O
• What is the conjugate acid?
• What is H2O?
Conjugates-200
• H2SO4 + H2O H3O+ +HSO4-
• What is the acid?
• What is H2SO4?
Conjugates-300
• H2O + NaHSO4 H2SO4 + NaOH
• What is the conjugate base?
• What is NaOH?
Conjugates-400
• HCl +H2O  H3O+ + Cl-
• What is the conjugate acid?
• What is H3O+?
Conjugates-500
• Is this labeled correctly? If NO, explain why not.
• HNO3 + Na2SO4 NaNO3 + NaHSO4
• Base Acid CB CA
pH/pOH-100
• At what pH level is a solution neutral?
• What is 7?
pH/pOH-200
• If the hydrogen ion concentration is 1x10-4, what is the pH?
• What is 4?
pH/pOH-300
• If the pH level is 12, what is the pOH?
• What is 2?
pH/pOH-400
• If the hydrogen ion concentration is 1x10-11, what is the pOH?
• What is 3?
pH/pOH-500
• When using the ________ scale, a level above 7 is acidic, when using the _________ scale, a level below 7 is acidic.
• What is pOH and pH?
Naming Acids-100
• HCl
• What is hydrochloric acid?
Naming Acids-200
• H2S
• What is hydrosulfuric acid?
Naming Acids-300
• HNO3
• What is nitric acid?
Naming Acids-400
• H2SO4
• What is sulfuric acid?
Naming Acids-500
• H3PO3
• What is phosphorous acid?
Properties of Acids and Bases-100
• What is the taste of acidic compounds in foods?
• What is tart or sour taste?
Properties of Acids and Bases-200
• What is an example of a food with acidic compounds in it?
• Lemons, oranges, etc.
Properties of Acids and Bases-300
• True or false: Acids and Bases are both electrolytes.
• True.
Properties of Acids and Bases-400
• How a base tastes.
• What is bitter?
Properties of Acids and Bases-500
• How a base feels.
• What is slippery?
Vocabulary-100
• The particle formed when a base gains a hydrogen ion.
• What is a conjugate acid?
Vocabulary-200
• A substance that can act as both an acid and a base.
• What is amphoteric?
Vocabulary-300
• Bronsted-Lowery definition of a base.
• What is a hydrogen-ion acceptor?
Vocabulary-400
• How a conjugate acid is different than an acid.
• Conjugate acid particles are formed when a base gains a hydrogen ion and an acid is a compound containing hydrogen that ionizes to yield hydrogen ions in water.
Vocabulary-500
• An acid that contains three ionizable protons.
• What is triprotic acid?
Final Jeopardy
• Write the conjugate bases of these acids:
• H2O
• NH3
• H3P
• H2S
• H3P
• HI
• NaHSO4