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How to Interpret Titration Curves

How to Interpret Titration Curves

How to Interpret Titration Curves. find the equivalence point it is the steepest part of the curve where the pH rises the fastest the equivalence point can be used to determine the equivalent weight (molar mass) of the acid find the mid point located in the center of the buffer region

By benjamin
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A Water Quality Comparison of Two New Hampshire Watersheds: Merrimack and Pascataqua

A Water Quality Comparison of Two New Hampshire Watersheds: Merrimack and Pascataqua

A Water Quality Comparison of Two New Hampshire Watersheds: Merrimack and Pascataqua. By: KJ Baldwin Jessica Harper Jonathan Person Malarie Raynor. Mentors: Jeff Schloss Elise Sullivan. Sample sites. Mt. Moosilauke. Salmon Falls. Franklin Wastewater Treatment Plant. Cocheco. Concord.

By nantai
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LAB REPORT PROTOCOL

LAB REPORT PROTOCOL

LAB REPORT PROTOCOL. WHAT SHOULD A LAB REPORT LOOK LIKE?. LAB REPORTS. Lab reports have 5 basic parts: 1. Problem 2. Materials needed 3. Procedure 4. Results 5. Conclusions . 1. The Problem. The problem is the question that is to be answered by doing the lab examples:

By artie
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Chapter 10 Acids and Bases

Chapter 10 Acids and Bases

Chapter 10 Acids and Bases. 10.4 The pH Scale. pH Scale. The pH of a solution is used to indicate the acidity of a solution has values that usually range from 0 to 14 is acidic when the values are less than 7 is neutral with a pH of 7 is basic when the values are greater than 7.

By vadin
(114 views)

St. Bonaventure College and High School Form 4 Biology Bridging Course 2009-2010

St. Bonaventure College and High School Form 4 Biology Bridging Course 2009-2010

St. Bonaventure College and High School Form 4 Biology Bridging Course 2009-2010. Structure of a tooth . Types of teeth . Dentition and Diet .

By sumana
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Ionic equilibrium

Ionic equilibrium

Ionic equilibrium . Lec.9. Introduction . Ionization : a process in which unionized molecules are changed into ions. Types of electrolytes:. Where: K a = acid ionization constant K b = base ionization constant. Ostwald Law(1888):

By evita
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Chemical Equilibrium and pH

Chemical Equilibrium and pH

Chemical Equilibrium and pH. Equilibrium, Strong and Weak Acids and Bases, Solutions, Concentration and pH. Index. Equilibrium. Le Chatelier’s Principle. Equilibrium and Water. Strong and weak acids and alkalis, pH. Titration and Stoichiometry. Bases. Aqueous Solutions and pH.

By saniya
(101 views)

Revision for Acids and Indigestion

Revision for Acids and Indigestion

Revision for Acids and Indigestion. Carbonates, Oxides and Hydroxides and their reaction with ACIDS. What is an indicator?. An indicator is a chemical that turns a different colour depending on whether it is added to an acid or an alkali.

By sonel
(172 views)

Batch sterilization

Batch sterilization

Batch sterilization . Most nutrient media are presently sterilized in batch volumes in the bioreactor at 121°C. Approximate sterilization times can be calculatee from the nature of the medium and the size.

By damon
(1263 views)

MODULE 5

MODULE 5

MODULE 5 . Pharmaceutics. 1. RA 8203 was signed into law on:. September 4, 1996 September 13, 1988 October 4, 1996 September 13, 1986 September 4, 1992. 2. A complete pharmacy internship program based on RA 5921 article III section 18c shall consist of at least:. 480 hours 960 hours

By lynn
(153 views)

Acids, Bases and pH

Acids, Bases and pH

Acids, Bases and pH. Lesson 5. Acids and Bases. Arrhenius Model of Acids and Bases. The classical, or Arrhenius, model was developed by Svante Arrhenius in the nineteenth century. He defined an acid as any substance that liberates or yields hydrogen ions (H+) or protons in water.

By winka
(237 views)

Literature Report

Literature Report

Literature Report. 光电催化还原 CO2 的发展现状. Ang Li 2013.7.25. Photo-induced CO 2 Reduction with GaN Electrode in Aqueous System. Satoshi Yotsuhashi, Masahiro Deguchi, Yuji Zenitani, Reiko Hinogami, Hiroshi Hashiba, Yuka Yamada, and Kazuhiro Ohkawa. Applied Physics Express4 (2011).

By loren
(164 views)

Solutions Review Pt 2

Solutions Review Pt 2

Solutions Review Pt 2. Electrolytes vs Non-electrolytes. Electrolytes vs Non-Electrolytes. Note : for a substance to conduct electricity, it must be dissolved in water. What’s ionic and covalent again? . Ionic bond → bond between a metal and a non-metal

By kura
(127 views)

Growing Plants Hydroponically vs. In Soil:

Growing Plants Hydroponically vs. In Soil:

Growing Plants Hydroponically vs. In Soil:. The Soil Profile. Questions. Why do we need to know what is in the soil? How do we determine what is in the soil?. Particle Sizes. Soil Structure Soil structure is how the soil particles fit together.

By koen
(178 views)

Browning of Apples

Browning of Apples

Browning of Apples. Hye Jin Roh , Sei Yeon JI, Jiwon Chae. Research Question and Variables. How does the pH of lemon juice affect the rate of browning of an apple when dipped into the solution?. Procedure. Raw data . Analysis . Conclusion and Evaluation.

By paiva
(200 views)

Be reactive

Be reactive

Be reactive. Q What is an indicator? A: A substance that changes colour depending upon whether it is acidic, neutral or alkaline solution. Q What is litmus? A: Litmus is an indicator made from lichen plant which turns red in acid an d blue in alkaline solutions.

By nituna
(123 views)

pH, poh , and kw practice stations

pH, poh , and kw practice stations

pH, poh , and kw practice stations. Unit 10 Acids and Bases. If the H+ concentration is 0.0001 M, what is the pH?. iRespond Question. Multiple Choice. F. 4F35F166-F01E-0D4B-8CFC-9CA0A228E775. A .) 1.0x10 -10. B .) 4. C .) 5. D .) 10. E .) none of these.

By abe
(171 views)

Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries. By K.C. Smith, Daniel Lockhart and Emilee Patterson. Step 1.

By arnaud
(204 views)

Measuring pH and pOH

Measuring pH and pOH

Measuring pH and pOH. Also Known As… Please don’t ask me, “Why do they start with small letters and end with capital letters?”, because it’s just the chemists doing whatever they want again…. What is “pH”?. The term “pH” refers to the measurement of the strength of an acid or base.

By clodia
(177 views)

Acid Base Titrations

Acid Base Titrations

Acid Base Titrations. Key Terms – significance?. Titration Titrant Indicator Equivalence point Endpoint Midpoint. Endpoint. Equivalence point. Midpoint. 5 key regions : Initial pH Buffering region Midpoint Vertical rise Equivalence point. Strong Acid/Strong Base.

By ismael
(146 views)

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