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Acids and Bases

pH and crap

Acid a species that is a proton donor
Base a species that is a proton acceptor
Weak acid a species that partially dissociates in water
Strong acid a species that completely dissociates in water
pH -log(H+)
Kw [H+][OH-]
Ka [H+]2/[HA] or [H+][A-]/[HA]
Alakli soluble base that releases OH- ions
Acid-Base pair pair of two species that transform into one another by gain or lose of a proton
buffer solution a mixture that minimises pH changes on addition of small amounts of acid/base
equivalence point point in a titration at which the volume of one solution has reacted exactly with the volume of another solution
End point point in a titration where there are equal concentrations of the weak acid and conjugate base forms of the indicator
Standard enthaply change of neutralisation energy change that accompanies the neutralisation of an aqueous acid to an aqueous base to form one mole of water under standard conditions
neutralisation when an acid and base react together to produce a salt and water
Created by: 07blandforderin