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General Chemistry by S Ekambaram

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Chapter 11

Acids and Bases

OBJECTIVES
  1. To state the need for the Acids and Bases chapter.
  2. To introduce Arrhenius theory of acids and bases.
  3. To state limitations of Arrhenius theory of acids and bases.
  4. To elaborate Lowry–Bronsted theory of acids and bases.
  5. To define pKa and pKb.
  6. To state Lewis’s theory of acids and bases.
  7. To define pH and solve numerical problems associated with pH and hydrogen ion concentration.
  8. To introduce buffer solution and explanation of buffer action with four types.
  9. To derive pH of buffer solution for four types.
  10. To state and elaborate hydrolysis of salt and salt formation.
  11. To derive and calculate pH of hydrolysis of CH3COO.
  12. To derive and calculate pH of hydrolysis of NH4+.
  13. To derive and calculate pH of hydrolysis of ...

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