Question about acetate buffer

This is the long and computational answer to Debra's question about what happens when 100 mmol of HCl ispoured into an 100 ml acetate buffer (0.2 M)

Question about acetate buffer

NaHCO3 dissolved in water - how is pH calculated?

NaHCO3 dissolved in water - how is pH calculated? Background about buffersA buffer is a solution that has the ability to keep pH within a certain and narrow range: even if an excessof hydrogen ions (H+) is applied to the solution. In other words:buffers resist changes in pH whenreasonable amount of either H+ or OH- is added to the buffer solution.Th...

An introduction to Ionic Strength

An introduction to Ionic Strength Background To quantify the effect of inter-ionic interactions, such as molecular attraction and repelling, one has to have a `parameter` describing themagnitude of these forces and how they alter the way certain calculation are done. Topic: Equilibriums The pH s...

PDF library

PDF library Note: Discussions about the pdf documents are found in the 'Help & Discussions' section. Inorganic chemistry subjects: Equilibriums 1 : A tutorial about how [CO2], [HCO3-] and[CO32-] are calculated from Total Inorganic Carbon.The pdf is here Ionic Strength 1 : An introduction about Ionic Strength with a simple calculation using H+...

pH meter pH strips

pH meter pH strips Background pH meters have been used since 1936 when they were invented by the Danish company Radiometer.In contrast to many other measuring devices pH meters do not measure concentrations, rather they measure activities. Tobe more specific the pH meter does not measure the concentration of hydrogen ions. pH meters are used to ...