hydrogen-containing compound that in water produces H⁺ ions
hydroxide-containing compound that in water produces OH⁻ ions
Formation of Pos. and Neg. ions from a covalent compound when placed in water
Separation of ions of an ionic compound when placed in water
What color does the Arrhenius acid change blue litmus paper to?
What color does the Arrhenius base change red litmus paper to?
What is another term for Hydrogen ion?
According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition, what donates a proton?
According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition, what accepts a proton?
T/F: Water can act as an acid and a base.
T/F: Water is part of the Bronsted-Lowry definition?
T/F: All acids and bases that are in the Arrhenius theory are also acids and bases in the Bronsted-Lowry definition.
An acid minus H⁺ is called a ______ ______.
A base plus H⁺ is called a ______ ______.
Name the conj acid of CN⁻
Name the conj base of H₂SO₃
Compound that can donate or accept a proton?
The most common amphiprotic substance?
An Acid that supplies one proton?
When the hydrogen atom bonds to the ______ atom it is the acidic hydrogen atom.
The Strength of an acid and a base is determined by the extent of how much they _____ or accept protons.
Transfer 100% of ionizable protons to water
Transfer less than 5% of ionizable protons
Hydroxides of IA and IIA
NH³ is the only common one
liquid or solid
What two things are not shown in the Ka
Acid ionization constant
the equilibrium constant for the reaction of a weak acid with water
As the Ka increases acid strength (increases/decreases)
Base ionization constant
The equilibrium constant for the reaction of a weak base with water
Ionic compound w/ metal or NH⁴ as the positive ion and any negative (except OH⁻)?
Are all common soluble salts completely dissociated into ions in solution?
reaction between an acid and a base that forms a salt and water
The salt contains the _____ion of the acid and the ____ion of the base.
1 liter of pure water has how many moles of H₃O⁺ & OH⁻
What does the Kw equal to (letters)
What does the Kw equal to (numerically)
What is a scale from 0 to 14 to specify the Hydronium ion concentration
What is the formula for pH
What do we call this type of pH: 1x10⁻⁴