What is the pH of a 0.1 M NaOCl solution (Ka of HOCl is 2.95 x10-8) I did: x squared/.10= 2.95x10-8 x squared= 2.95x10-9 x= 5.43x10-5 -log(5.43x10-5)= 4.27 pH However, the options I'm given are either a.) 3.74 b.) 6.47 c.) 8.23 d.) 10.27 What steps am I doing wrong?
First, the question I'm given is: What is the pH of a 1.0 L solution containing 0.25M acetic acid and 0.75M sodium acetate ( Ka for acetic acid= 1.8x 10-5) So I took the -log(1.8x10-5)= 4.74+log(.75/.25)= 5.22 pH But then I'm asked if .050 mol NaOH is added to the abov...
The indicator bromocresol green (HIn) can be in two different forms: As HIn the color of the indicator is yellow, an In the color of the indicator is blue, and an equilmolar mixture of the two species is green. The Ka of the indicator is 2.5 x 10-5. What is the color of the in...
What is the [H+] of the 0.25 M HCl solution? I'm not given a Ka value, so I'm assuming I won't need one to solve this particular problem?
When looking at a titration curve, I have to determine which is not true and I have it narrowed down to two options: The initial starting point on the titration curve is where pH depends only on [HA]0 or The finial point on a titration curve the pH depends only on [A-] I would...
When the concentration of a weak acid in solution is equal to the concentration of its conjugate base in solution, then: Would pH=pKa or would it equal pH=pKa + 1 like Henderson-Hasselbalch equation?
A function can be continuous at every point of a deleted neighborhood of some point and still not have a limit at the point which is deleted. I'm not even too sure what this means in calculus terms. Can you please explain it better? Thank you.
A function is continuous at a point if its limit exists at that point. I think it's false because of the counterexample of one-sided limits?
lim x->0+ for 1/1+ (5^(1/x)) I think there's no limit, since there is a vertical tangent at 0, is this correct?
I think there's no limit. Is that correct?