Description 
1 online resource (268 pages) 
Contents 
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Author; Chapter 1: Effects of Ionic Strength; Some Preliminary Observations; Concepts and Equations; Additional Experimental Results; Conditional Constants and Thermodynamic Constants; Summary; References; Chapter 2: Monoprotic AcidBase Equilibria: Exact and Approximate Options; Background Information; Exact Equation for the Hydrogen Ion Concentration; A Spreadsheet Program to Solve an Exact Equation for the Hydrogen Ion Concentration; Fractions and Concentrations of Conjugate AcidBase Pairs 

Program to Compare Hydrogen Ion Concentrations Calculated Using Exact and Approximate EquationsConventional Approximations; Unified Approximations; Graphical Comparisons of Approximation Errors; Summary; References; Chapter 3: Concepts and Equations Relevant to a Systematic Approach to AcidBase Equilibria; A Theory of Acids and Bases and Some Related Terminology and Symbols; Roles of Hydrogen Ion Concentration and pH; Behaviors of Water, Strong Acids, Strong Bases, Weak Acids, and Weak Bases; MassBalance Equations; Concentration Fractions, Equilibrium Concentrations, and Distribution Plots 

An Application of Concentration FractionsSummary; References; Chapter 4: A Systematic Approach to Monoprotic AcidBase Equilibria without and with Correction for Ionic Strength; Systematic Approach to Monoprotic AcidBase Equilibria; Spreadsheet Program for Calculations without Correction for Ionic Strength; Correction for Ionic Strength; Selected Applications of the Spreadsheet Program, Monoprotic_Systematic; Distribution Plots; Program to Calculate and Plot pH vs. Titrant Volume; Summary; References 

Chapter 5: A Systematic Approach to Monoprotic, Diprotic, and Polyprotic AcidBase EquilibriaPreview of Equations for the Hydrogen Ion Concentration and Ionic Strength and a Program to Solve Them; Overview of the Program on Sheet 1 of the AcidBase Program; Some Examples; Mixtures of Up to Three Weak Acids and Their Conjugate Bases; Solving the ChargeBalance Equation for the Hydrogen Ion Concentration; Basis for ChargeBalance Equations; Correction for Ionic Strength; Activity Coefficients; Relationships among ActivityBased and ConcentrationBased Constants; Summary; References 

Chapter 6: Some Applications of AcidBase EquilibriaTitration Curves; Overview of AcidBase Buffers; Measures of Buffer Performance; Summary; References; Chapter 7: Solubility Equilibria; Some Background Information; Salts of Strong Acids; Sparingly Soluble Hydroxides; Sparingly Soluble Salts of Weak Acids without Common Ions; Sparingly Soluble Salts of Weak Acids with Common Ions; Summary; References; Chapter 8: Overview and Symbols for Complex Ion Reactions and Equilibria; Reactants and Reactions; The Chelate Effect; Charges on Reactants and Products; Multistep and OneStep Reactions 
Notes 
Some Goals and Resulting Symbols 

Print version record 
Subject 
Chemical equilibrium.


Chemical equilibrium  Mathematics


Acidbase equilibrium.


Neutralization (Chemistry)


neutralization.


Acidbase equilibrium.


Chemical equilibrium.


Chemical equilibrium  Mathematics.


Neutralization (Chemistry)

Form 
Electronic book

ISBN 
9780429771347 

0429771347 
