Answer Key, equilibrium challenge problems
Acids, Bases and Salts slide show
additional slides on acid/base hydrolysis
serial dilution of acids, lab
In preparation for the chapter 17,18 test, you should be able to do the following:
(from chapter 17)
-given a very simple set of solubility rules (which appear in your textbook) identify salts which will be highly soluble, and those which won't
-Describe and apply the relationship between Ksp and solubility.
-Define and apply terms from chapter 17, related to dissolution and the solvation process.
-Given the name or formula of a particular salt, write a balanced chemical equation describing its disolution into ions.
-Define and apply terms related to precipitation reactions, spectator ions, and the common ion effect.
-Write balanced chemical equations describing precipitation (or double replacement) reactions. Predict when a precipant will form, or when it won't
-Given solubility data vs temperature (in either tabular or graphical form) answer a variety of questions about solubility, saturation, crystallization, or dissolution.
(from chapter 18)
-describe the general physical and chemical properties of acids and bases.
-describe the "ICE" method of problem solving, and identify problems it might be useful to solve.
-solve a variety of equilibrium problems, using the "ICE" method.
-give the common chemical definitions of acids and bases.
-(more to follow...)