Answer to Question #193322 in General Chemistry for Dominik Mucha

Question #193322

What is the [H3O+] of a solution in which 1.67g of HBr gas was dissolved in 250mL of water?


Ammonia is used in household cleaning supplies. It is found to have a pOH of 3.287, determine the hydroxide concentration.


What is the pOH of solution in which 1.9g of NaOH is dissolved in 950mL. What is the pOH?


What is the hydroxide concentration range of the unknown solution above? Show your calculation steps


You are given an unknown solution, Methyl orange turned yellow. Bromocresol green turned green Chlorophenol red turned yellow

Describe the steps to calculate the range of pH of this solution


Name an amphiprotic substance.

Use the Modified Arrhenius equations to prove this


Choose the appropriate description for the substance below

Arrange your answer in numerical order

Amphiprotic/Amphoteric

Monoprotic

PolyproticH2PO4-


Choose the appropriate description for the substance below

Arrange your answer in numerical order

no spaces, no commas)

Amphiprotic/Amphoteric

Monoprotic

PolyproticHSO4-



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Expert's answer
2021-05-17T04:06:48-0400

(aq) + anion. Modified Arrhenius Theory. ‐ Acids are substance that can give up a hydrogen ion in a. reacon with water. o react with water to produce hydronium ions (H3O+


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