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May 22, 2013

# Posts by Kiki

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apchemistry
thank you but i do not see the post you posted to my answer...

apchemistry
How do you seprate a homogenous mixtre of 2 volatile liquids?

What is the equation for HOCl dissolves in HOH? I don't get it...

APChemistry
So if I can't assume that, then how can I calclate pH? I dont know K value, so I can't use Henderson Hasselbalc...

APChemistry
If you have CL2 + H2o ---> H+ + Cl- + HOCl and you are given [HOCl] = 0.06 M and you have to find pH.... can you assume that [HOCl] =[H+] = 0.06 M since H+ and HOCl both have a coefficient of 1? Thank you

APChemistry
If you have CL2 + H2o ---> H+ + Cl- + HOCl and you are given [HOCl] = 0.06 M and you have to find pH.... can you assume that [HOCl] =[H+] = 0.06 M since H+ and HOCl both have a coefficient of 1? Thank you

APChemistry
So if I can't assume that, then how can I calclate pH? I dont know K value, so I can't use Henderson Hasselbalc...

APChemistry
If you have CL2 + H2o ---> H+ + Cl- + HOCl and you are given [HOCl] = 0.06 M and you have to find pH.... can you assume that [HOCl] =[H+] = 0.06 M since H+ and HOCl both have a coefficient of 1? Thank you

APChemistry
Hi If I had 40 mL of 0.1 M HOBr and mixed that with 10 mL of 0.5 M Ca(OH)2 how would I go about calclating the pH? (i don't know if titration is right because equivalence, halfway pts, etc.. are not specified).. Thank you very much.

APChemistry
wait, if you have "NaOBr(s) + H2O ==> NaOH + HBr and the net ionic equation is OBr^- + HOH ==> HOBr + OH^- " why doesn't this: NaOBr(s) + H2O ==> NaOH + HBr become this: Na+ + OBr- + H2O ==> Na+ + OH- + H+ + Br- which would become OBr- + H2O ==> OH...

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