Acid-Base Equivalents are used to measure the number of H+ ions or OH- ions in acids and bases, respectively.
Acid-Base Equivalents Concept 1
Acid-Base Equivalents Concept 2
Acid-Base Equivalents Example 1
Acid-Base Equivalents Concept 3
Acid-Base Equivalents Example 2
Acid-Base Equivalents Concept 4
Acid-Base Equivalents Example 3
Calculate mass (grams) needed for the following base equivalent:0.18 mEq of Mg(OH)2.
Identify the acid that possesses an equivalent weight of 63 grams.
Determine volume (mL) needed to prepare a 0.73 g of Ca(OH)2 solution with 1.25 N.
- Identify the number of equivalents per mole for each of the following acids and bases. H₃PO₄
- How many equivalents of an acid or base are in the following? 0.25 mol Mg(OH)₂
- What are the molarity and the normality of a solution made by dissolving 5.0 g of Ca(OH)₂ in enough water to m...
- What are the molarity and the normality of a solution made by dissolving 25 g of citric acid (triprotic,C₆H₅O₇...