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Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. What is the relationship between acidity, bond strength/length and correlation with acidity, and atom size?

Solved • Aug 5, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. How is NaNH2 a strong base would it be a acidic because Na is in group one and NH2 is an amine

Solved • Aug 4, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. Complete the following sentences on the definitions of acids and bases. The earliest and simplest definition of acids and bases was suggested by ___. He/They defined an acid as a substance with ___ in its formula that dissociates in water to yield ___ and a base as a substance with ___ in its formula that dissociates in water to yield ___. ___ defined an acid as any species that ___ an H+ ion, a proton ___, and a base as any species that ___ an H+ ion, a proton ___. ___ defined an acid as any species that ___ an electron pair to form a bond and a base as any species that ___ an electron pair to form a bond. [Bronsted & Lowry, hydride, donor, Lewis, H, OH, donates, shares, H3O-, accepts, OH-, Le Chatelier, Arrhenius, acceptor, Boyle, Aristotle]

Solved • Jul 30, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. Can you explain this pls also how did it go to H30+ not OH

Solved • Jul 28, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. Complete the following sentences that describe the trends in acid strengths. A. For nonmetal hydrides the acid strength increases ___ a group and increases ___ across a period. B. For oxoacids with the same number of oxygens, the acid strength ___ with increasing ___ of the central nonmetal. C. For oxoacids with different numbers of oxygen atoms, the acid strength ___ with the number of ___ atoms. electronegativity, right to left, left to right, up, down, oxygen, increases, hydrogen, decreases, size

Solved • Jul 12, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. Complete the following sentences about strong and weak acids and bases. A. Strong acids are generally either ___ (ex. ___) or ___ in which the number of oxygen atoms exceeds the number of ionizable ___ by ___ or more (ex. ___). B. Weak acids are usually one of the following: 1. hydrofluoric acid, ___, 2. acids in which the proton is not bounded to an oxygen atom or a halogen (ex. ___). 3. ___ where the number of oxygen atoms equals or only exceeds by ___ the number of ionizable ___ (ex. ___) or 4. ___ (ex. ___). C. Strong bases are ___ of group ___ metals (ex. ___) or larger group ___ metals (ex. ___), or oxides of the same metals. D. Weak bases are usually compounds containing a ___ atom with ___ bond(s) and ___ lone pair(s) (ex. ___). HNO3, hydroxides, no, Ca(OH)2, HF, protons, carboxilic acids, oxygen, 1, electrons, 2, hydrohalic acids, HNO2, NH3, carbon, oxoacids, HCN, 3, CH3COOH, nitrogen, LiOH, HCl

Solved • Jul 12, 2019

Identifying Acids and Bases

Q. Sort the following halogen oxoacids in order of increasing acid strength. (Halate Hypohalite Halite Perhalate) Weakest __ < __ < __ < __ Strongest

Solved • Jul 12, 2019