Acid and Base Reaction

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Acid and Base Reaction

Postby MHarrold_1E » Mon Dec 07, 2020 11:04 am

When neutralization occurs, when the concentration of H30+ is higher than OH- than the solution is acid. Will we need to know how to calculate the concentration? How else would we find out if the solution is acidic or basic?

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Re: Acid and Base Reaction

Postby Andrew Wang 1C » Mon Dec 07, 2020 11:06 am

If the reaction involves a strong acid or base, the concentration of H3O+ or OH- will be equal to the concentration of the acid or base, respectively. If it's a weak acid or base then we need to use equilibrium which won't be tested in this course.


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