Acid/Base Chemistry Part II. CHEM 2124 – General Chemistry II Alfred State College Professor Bensley. Learning Objectives. Write the chemical equation for a weak acid undergoing acid ionization in aqueous solution. Define acid dissociation constant. Determine K a from a solution pH.
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CHEM 2124 – General Chemistry II
Alfred State College
A. Equilibrium and Acid Dissociation Constants
[H3O+] = √KaC0
pH = ½ pKa – ½ log C0
C. Common Acid/Base Reactions
1. Neutralization reaction
2. Net Ionic Reaction of Neutralization reactions:
3. Bicarbonate Base reactions
D. The Acidity and Basicity of Salt Solutions
Acid/Base Chemistry – Part II
A buffer is a solution whose pH changes very little
when acid or base is added.
F. Calculating the pH of a Buffer