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Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
Ch.16 - Aqueous Equilibrium
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Solution: Five aqueous solutions of the compounds below were prepared, all with the same molar concentrations, and their pH values were measured. The measured values were pH = 1.0, pH = 4.3, pH = 7.0, pH = 8.1, and pH = 13. Match the aqueous solution to the appropriate pH.

Solution: Five aqueous solutions of the compounds below were prepared, all with the same molar concentrations, and their pH values were measured. The measured values were pH = 1.0, pH = 4.3, pH = 7.0, pH = 8.1,

Problem

Five aqueous solutions of the compounds below were prepared, all with the same molar concentrations, and their pH values were measured. The measured values were pH = 1.0, pH = 4.3, pH = 7.0, pH = 8.1, and pH = 13. Match the aqueous solution to the appropriate pH.