EL 9 How salty?

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What is a standard solution?
A solution of an accurately known concentration
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What is an acid?
A compound that dissociates in water to produce hydrogen ions
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What is a base?
A compound that reacts with an acid - is a proton acceptor - to produce water (and a salt)
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What steps are needed to analyse acids and bases (look at volumes and concentrations used in a neutralisation reaction)
Dilute a solution, make up a standard solution and carry out an acid-base titration
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When a solution is made, its concentration will depend on what?
The amount of solute and the final volume of the solution
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How do you calculate the number of moles of a solute in a particular volume?
Amount (mol) = Concentration of solution (mol dm^-3) x Volume of solution (dm^3)
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