HW 6D.11

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Charysa Santos 4G
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HW 6D.11

Postby Charysa Santos 4G » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:09 pm

For parts (e) and (f), I get that they're acidic because the conjugate bases come from strong acids (HCl and HNO3, respectively), but how would you be able to tell that the cation would have to be analyzed rather than the anion?

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Re: HW 6D.11

Postby Charysa Santos 4G » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:16 pm

Also, as a follow-up, how can we tell whether the metal -- in conjunction with the fact that it is attached to a conjugate base from a strong acid -- will produce either a basic or acidic pH in solution?


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