Unit 8 Acid-Base Reactions and Equilibrium

Study Guide for Unit 8 is located here.

This unit is no means basic. But we will talk about reversible reactions. Not to disappoint, this unit will have math, conceptional and practical stuff. To be discussed: Arrhenius Theory, Broasted-Lowry Theory, acid-base strength, pH, indicators, acid-base titration calculations and lab techniques.

Notes/Content

PART 1

1.Acid/Base Intro / 2.Acid Strength / 3.pH Scale /

4.pH of Strong Acid / 5.pH of Weak Acid / 6.Bases / 7.Polyprotic Acid / 8.Acid-Base Properties of Salts

PART 2

1.Common Ion / 2.Buffered Solution / 3.Buffering Capacity / 4.Titrations and pH Curves

Case Study: Weak Acid-Strong Base

Weak Acids Ka Reference Table

Quizzes

Acid-Base General

pH Titrations

Labs/ Activities

LABORATORY

Titration Exploration

Attempting various titrations strong acid/strong base

LABORATORY

Le Chatelier's Principle

Can we make the colors of the rainbow?

Animation 1: Cobalt Chloride

Animation 2: NO2/N2O4

Animation 3: Bromine Gas/Liquid Equilibrium

DEMONSTRATION

Buffering Capacity

Will it work as the math tells us?

Resources