ICE Box for weak Acids and Bases

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ICE Box for weak Acids and Bases

Postby 304634271 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:47 pm

When they ask us to calculate the resulting compound of a reaction, do we have to use the ICE table only for weak Acids and Bases because they are not completely deprotonized/protonized? Are are there cases where we have to use the ice table with Acids and Bases that are strong?

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Re: ICE Box for weak Acids and Bases

Postby Christine Burke 1G » Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:50 pm

Going off of what was said in lecture, it is my understanding that we don't need an ICE box for strong acids and bases because you can assume they were 100% disassociated.


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