St Andrew's College Level 2 Chemistry
Thursday, 6 August 2015
Acids, Bases, Conjugates and Amphiprotic Species
There is a very useful definition of acids and bases worth remembering:
Acids = "proton donors"
Bases = "proton acceptors"
Then, we looked at the pH of some salts and tried to justify the results. For example:
To clarify, ammonium chloride was acidic and sodium ethanoate was alkaline.
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