State three contributions Arrhenius’ made to the understanding of solution chemistry.
State two conditions required for a solution to be in dynamic equilibrium.
The maximum mass of sugar a diabetic can have is 12 g. Determine the volume of juice they can drink with a sugar concentration of 14% W/V.
What volume of distilled water must be added to 112 mL of 0.750 mol/L hydrobromic acid solution in order to dilute it to a concentration of 0.250 mol/L?
Can the modified Arrhenius theory predict why NaHSO4(aq) can form a basic solution?
Write out the complete set of reactions for each of the following substances with water. a) CN-(aq) b) HNO3(aq) c) H2SO3(aq)
Each of the following solutions has a concentration of 0.1 mol/L. Compare the hydronium ion concentration and pH in each pair and explain why they are different. a) H2SO4(aq) vs. H2SO3(aq) b) H2S(aq) vs. NH3(aq).
2.88 g of HCl(g) is dissolved in water to make a 470 mL solution. Calculate the pH of the solution.
200 mg of solid potassium hydroxide is dissolved in water to make a 450 mL solution. Calculate the pH of the solution.