Revision notes on chemical equilibrium - Explaining what a strong base is and pH calculations - for Advanced Level Theoretical-Physical Chemistry
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Doc Brown's Chemistry Advanced A Level Notes - Theoretical–Physical Advanced Level Chemistry – Equilibria – Chemical Equilibrium Revision Notes PART 5
5.5 Definition of a strong base and examples of pH and pKw strong base calculations
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What is a strong base? How to calculate the pH of a strong base solution using Kw given the acid concentration.
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5.5 Definition, examples and pH and pKw calculations of strong bases
Advanced Equilibrium Chemistry Notes Part 1. Equilibrium, Le Chatelier's Principle–rules * Part 2. Kc and Kp equilibrium expressions and calculations * Part 3. Equilibria and industrial processes * Part 4 Partition between two phases, solubility product Ksp, common ion effect, ion–exchange systems * Part 5. pH, weak–strong acid–base theory and calculations * Part 6. Salt hydrolysis, acid–base titrations–indicators, pH curves and buffers * Part 7. Redox equilibria, half–cell electrode potentials, electrolysis and electrochemical series * Part 8. Phase equilibria–vapour pressure, boiling point and intermolecular forces watch out for sub-indexes to multiple sections or pages
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