chemical equilibrium of aqueous solutions ( Questions and Answers )

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1. Briefly describe or define and give an example of(a) a weak electrolyte.(b) the conjugate acid of a Brnsted-Lowry base.(c) neutralization, in terms of the Brnsted-Lowryconcept.(d) an amphiprotic solvent.(e) autoprotolysis.(f) Le Chteliers principle.2. Briefly describe or define and give an example of(a) an amphiprotic solute.(b) a leveling solvent.3. Briefly explain why there is no term in an equilibrium constant expression for water or for a puresolid, even though one (or both) appears in the balanced net ionic equation for the equilibrium.4. Identify the acid on the left and its conjugate base on the right in the following equations:(a)(b)(c)5. Write expressions for the autoprotolysis of(a) H2O(b) CH3NH26. Write the equilibrium-constant expressions and obtain numerical values for each constant in(a) the basic dissociation of aniline, C6H5NH2.(b) the acidic dissociation of methyl ammonium hydrochloride, CH3NH3Cl.(c) the dissociation of H3AsO3 to H3O1 and AsO37. Generate the solubility-product expression for(a) CuBr.(b) HgClI.(c) PbCl2.8. Calculate the solubility-product constant for each of the following substances, given that the molarconcentrations of their saturated solutions are as indicated:(a) RaSO4 (6.6*10^-6 M).(b) Ce(IO3)3 (1.9*10^-3 M).9. What CrO4-2 concentration is required to(a) initiate precipitation of Ag2CrO4 from a solution that is 4.13*10^-3 M in Ag+?(b) lower the concentration of Ag+ in a solution to 9

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