By Steven Hoenig
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6 Ionic Equilibrium For a monoprotic acid HA, the equilibrium reaction is: and the equilibrium expression is: The equilibrium constant, is called the acid dissociation constant. e. phosphoric acid), the equilibrium reactions are: For a base the equilibrium reaction is: and the equilibrium expression is: The equilibrium constant, is called the base dissociation constant. 8 Hydrolysis 33 Conjugate Pair Hydrolysis is the between water and the ions of a salt. 1 Salt of a strong acid - strong base. Consider NaCl, the salt of a strong acid and a strong base.
It can be measured by a thermodynamic cycle, called the Born-Haber cycle. 54 Chapter 2 The Born-Haber cycle follows the Law of Conservation of Energy, that is when a system goes through a series of changes and is returned to its initial state the sum of the energy changes is equal to zero. 2 55 Madelung Constant The crystal lattice energy can be estimated from a simple electrostatic model When this model is applied to an ionic crystal only the electrostatic charges and the shortest anion-cation internuclear distance need be considered.
4 Avogadro’s Law At constant temperature and pressure, equal volumes of gas contain equal amounts of molecules. 5 Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures The total pressure exerted by a mixture of several gases is equal to the sum of the gases individual pressure (partial pressure). 7 Equation of State of Real Gases An ideal gas has negligible volume and exerts no force. However, real gases do have volumes and do exert forces upon one another. When these factors are taken into consideration, the following equation can be obtained: Note that a and b are dependent on the individual gas, since molecular volumes and molecular attractions vary from gas to gas.