For this problem, we are being asked to calculate the pH, H+, and OH- concentration of 0.40 M Aniline
Establish the Kb expression of the dissolution of aniline and determine the pH using an ICE chart
We will solve this problem through these steps:
Step 1: Write an equation for the dissociation of aniline
Step 2: Write an expression for the Kb
Step 3: Set up an ICE table to calculate the OH- ion concentration.
Step 4: Calculate the pH of solution using OH- ion concentration.
Step 1: Dissociation of aniline in solution.
NaHCOO is a weak base and dissociates partially in aqueous solution.
C6H5NH2 (aq) + H2O(l) ⇌ C6H5NH3+ (aq) + OH-(aq) Kb = 3.8x10-10
Step 2: Kb expression for NaHCOO
The expression of Kb can be written like the equilibrium expression:
Solids and liquids are not included in equilibrium expressions.
Calculate [OH-], [H+], and the pH of 0.40 M solution of the following amine (the K b values are found in the following table).
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