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Chemistry: Acids and bases. Calculating pH and pOH. Water autoionization; water ion-product constant (Kw). Acid dissociation constant (Ka). Buffer solutions; Henderson-Hasselbach equation. Titrations; titration curve; equivalence point; half-equivalence point
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(1) Introduction. [3:48] STRONG ACID
(3) PURE WATER; water autoionization; water ion-product constant
(4) STRONG BASE
(5) WEAK ACID; acid dissociation constant (Ka)
(6) WEAK BASE; base constant (Kb)
(7) WEAK CONJUGATE ACID AND WEAK CONJUGATE BASE
(9) Continued; "buffer solutions"; Henderson-Hasselbach equation
(10) STRONG ACID AND STRONG BASE, LESS BASE THAN ACID
(12) STRONG ACID AND STRONG BASE, EQUAL AMOUNTS OF ACID AND BASE. Equivalence point
(13) STRONG ACID AND STRONG BASE, MORE BASE THAN ACID
(14) Buffer solutions. The common strong acids and strong bases
(15) STRONG ACID AND WEAK BASE, LESS ACID THAN BASE. Buffer solutions continued
(16) STRONG BASE AND WEAK ACID, LESS BASE THAN ACID. Half-equivalence point
(17) WEAK ACID AND STRONG BASE, EQUAL AMOUNTS OF ACID AND BASE
(18) pH at equivalence points
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