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Gases - the ideal gas law explained Chemical compounds in aqueous solutions are fairly easy to handle as their quantities can either be expressed in weight such as grams or kilos, moles perliter (molarity) or moles per kg (molality). Topic: pKa & Ka The basics ...

Acids and bases - Broensted-Lowry definition

Acids and bases - Broensted-Lowry definition A more fundamental definition of acids and bases than the one provided on the index page was given by the Danish chemists Johannes Broensted. The definitions are:A Broensted acid is a proton doner.A Broensted base is a proton acceptor. The English chemist, Thomas Lowry, proposed exactly the same at roug...

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+...

Question about acetate buffer

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) 06.07.2019 Author: Jim ...