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Acids and Bases



Strong and Weak Acids/Alkalis

A proton produced as we dissolve an acid in water is hydrated. Hydrated hydrogen ions are
represented as H+ (aq)

An alkali is a base which dissolves in water, producing OH- ions.

Because acids act as a source of protons, we call them…

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Titration Calculations

The concentration of a solute in a solution is given in units as moles per cubic decimetre
(mol/dm3)

To calculate the concentration of a solution:

o Calculate the mass (in grams) of solute in 1cm3 of solution

o Calculate the mass (in grams) of solute in 1000cm3 of…

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