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Environmental Chemistry Lesson # 2

Environmental Chemistry Lesson # 2

Environmental Chemistry Lesson # 2. Acids & Bases. Properties of Acids & Bases. Acids and bases are water soluble compounds that share some properties with ionic compounds (like sodium chloride) and molecular compounds (like hydrocarbons). Ionization. Sulfuric Acid in Water:

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Acid-Base Titration & pH Chapter 15

Acid-Base Titration & pH Chapter 15

Acid-Base Titration & pH Chapter 15. West Valley High School General Chemistry Mr. Mata. Standard 5e. Students will know how to conduct an acid-base titration using a standard solution, an indicator, and an unknown solution. Essential Question:.

By Jims
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Neutralization Reactions

Neutralization Reactions

Neutralization Reactions. Section 21.1. Neutralization Reactions. Acid + Base  Water + salt Hydronium ions + hydroxide ions  water + water H 3 O + + OH -  H 2 O + H 2 O Examples: HCl + NaOH  H 2 O + NaCl

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CHAPTER 6 TITRIMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 6 TITRIMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 6 TITRIMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS.

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Volumetric Calculations

Volumetric Calculations

Volumetric Calculations. How to analyze titration data and perform dilution calculations. Volumetric procedures. Involve the careful measurement of volumes of solutions

By elise
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SPECTROSCOPY

SPECTROSCOPY

SPECTROSCOPY. Kendall Olds Derrick Woods Ricketta Johnson Carl Flowers. Definition of Spectroscopy. The study of how the chemical compound interacts with different wavelengths in a given region of electromagnetic radiation is called spectrochemical analysis .

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Standard Solutions

Standard Solutions

Standard Solutions. Definition Choosing a Standard Solution Making the Solution. Standard Solutions. A standard solution one that we know the exact concentration of

By bishop
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39 Questionable Assumptions in Modern Physics

39 Questionable Assumptions in Modern Physics

39 Questionable Assumptions in Modern Physics. By Greg Volk. Paradigms. Modern physics is messed up! Standard Model & String Theory Big Bang (or Big Dud!) New Energy anomalies Non-inertial propulsion Math isn’t the problem. Need MAJOR Kuhnian paradigm shifts. Assumptions.

By omer
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Volumetric Analysis Calculations

Volumetric Analysis Calculations

Volumetric Analysis Calculations. Example One:. Jo has a solution of Hydrochloric acid (HCl) that she does not know the concentration of. She decides to use a standard solution of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), 0.112molL -1 , for the titration

By taran
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TITRATION

TITRATION

TITRATION. © Mr. D. Scott; CHS. In a titration a solution of accurately known concentration is gradually added to another solution of unknown concentration until the chemical reaction between the two solutions is complete. Equivalence point – the point at which the reaction is complete.

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Acid Base Titrations Lesson 4

Acid Base Titrations Lesson 4

Acid Base Titrations Lesson 4. In a titration the molarity of one chemical is determined by reacting it with another one with known molarity (standard). Special Equipment is used for a titration. Burette. Erlenmeyer Flask. Magnetic Stirrer. Pipette. Pipette Filler. Digital Balance.

By sona
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Describing Solution Composition

Describing Solution Composition

Describing Solution Composition. 15.2: Pgs 528 - 534. Mass Percent. Describes the amount of solution in terms of mass Suppose a solution is made by dissolving 13.4g of NaCl in 56.6 mL of water. What is the mass percent of NaCl in this solution?. Solution Concentration.

By zytka
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GLOCO Customer Service and Support

GLOCO Customer Service and Support

GLOCO Customer Service and Support. MSSN Consulting Michael Freel Subrato Sensharma Sagi Shechter Nikolay Koumpikov. As-Is Customer Support. To-Be Customer Support. Business Requirements for Stakeholders. Customer:

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Content Synchronization

Content Synchronization

Content Synchronization. March 2nd 2005. Synchronization. Needed whenever multiple copies of an object may be updated independently After synchronization objects should be in same state Conflict resolution Domain specific solutions Can be often automated. Different types of synchronization.

By theola
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Determination of the Specific Surface—Solution Adsorption 退出

Determination of the Specific Surface—Solution Adsorption 退出

比表面测定. —— 溶液吸附法. Determination of the Specific Surface—Solution Adsorption 退出. Contents. Purposes and Demands Principle Apparatus and Reagent Procedure Data Records and Processing Questions Attentions 退出. ·. Purposes and Demands.

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Figure 4.18, P. 139 of text

Figure 4.18, P. 139 of text

4.6: Solution Stoichiometry and Chemical Analysis. Figure 4.18, P. 139 of text. Titration Terms. Titration: Controlled combination of a solution of unknown concentration with a solution of known concentration Primary Standard: A relatively pure compound with a high molar mass

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Titration

Titration

Lab 20- Acids & Bases. Titration. A. Neutralization. Chemical reaction between an acid and a base. Products are a salt (ionic compound) and water. Neutralization. ACID + BASE  SALT + WATER. HCl + NaOH  NaCl + H 2 O. strong. strong. neutral.

By thea
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Acid-Base Titrations

Acid-Base Titrations

Acid-Base Titrations. Mr. Chapman Chemistry 30. Titrations.

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Neutralization

Neutralization

Neutralization. NEUTRALIZATION REACTIONS. The reaction of an acid with a base to form a salt and water HCl + NaOH  NaCl + H 2 O. NEUTRALIZATION REACTIONS. Neutralization reactions are exothermic . Give off energy Spontaneous Mg(OH) 2 + 2HCl  MgCl 2 + 2H 2 O

By camden
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Making Solutions and Dilutions

Making Solutions and Dilutions

Making Solutions and Dilutions. Unit 13 – PPT 2. Page 17, Problem #1. Determine the grams of solute needed to make 1.00L of a 1.0M solution of NaCl . Page 17, Problem 2. Determine the grams of solute needed to make 1.00L of a 0.50M solution of sodium nitrate. Page 19, Problem #2.

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