What are the Arrhenius & Bronsted-Lowry
definitions of acids and bases? Give examples. (You need
4 definitions total).
Calculate pH of 0.75 M HCl solution.
What is the pH of a solution with a pOH
How many times more acidic would a HCl
solution with a pH of 3.0 be than a HCl solution with a pH of 1.5?
What is a binary acid? What is polyprotic
acid? How are these concepts related? How can they be different?
Give an example to illustrate.
Give an example of a hydrolysis reaction
(the equation). Where does it happen your body and with what types
What was the name of the indicator used
in the lab?
What is an amphotric substance? What
is the most common example of one?
What is a neutralization reaction and what
would be the products?
What is the definition of a salt?
How does titration relate to neutralization?
What is the equivalence point?
How do you use a burette in a titration
What is titration used for?
Which color does phenylthaline turn to
indicate a solution is acidic? Which color for basic?
Describe (or illustrate) the pattern of
electronegativity across the period table.
What does electrical conductivity have
to do with electronegativity?
Write the ionic equation and net ionic equation for the reaction
Standard reaction equation: NaOH + H2SO4 -> NaHSO4 + H2O
Net ionic equation:
What did Le Chatelier tell us about equilibrium?
Give an example of a system trying to maintain equilibrium.
What is the reaction equation for the water
What happens when water ionizes with itself?
Give an example of an electrolyte.
What do buffers do?
Draw a graph of a titration using a buffer.
(Label the axes.)
Use the Kevin Bacon game to demonstrate
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