$\begingroup$ I think the ~picosecond lifetime of hydronium in pure water refers to lifetime in (OH-, H3O+) ion pairs, and the ion pairs don't count toward the 10^-7 M hydronium. On the occassion that the ion pair separates, the lifetime of hydronium is then 70 microseconds, and only these hydronium that are not part of the ion pairs are the 10 ...
What Is the Kb of NaOH? The base dissociation constant, or K b , of sodium hydroxide, or NaOH, is approximately 10 20 . NaOH is classified as a strong base, which completely ionizes or dissociates in a solution into Na + and OH - ions.
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Calcium hydroxide is relatively insoluble in water, with a solubility product K sp of 5.5 × 10 −6. It is large enough that its solutions are basic according to the following reaction: Ca(OH) 2 → Ca 2+ + 2 OH − At ambient temperature, calcium hydroxide (portlandite) dissolves in pure water to produce an alkaline solution with a pH of ...
Calculate the K b given the pH and molarity. Return to the Acid Base menu. Return to a listing of many types of acid base problems and their solutions. Calculate K a from pH and Molarity. This is a favorite problem for teachers to test! Here's the problem to be discussed: ... We will use the pH to calculate the [OH¯].
Mg(OH)2 is commonly listed as a strong base, along with the other Group(II)-hydroxides. However, I am also having trouble finding a Kb value. For general context, you should know that strong bases have large Kb values for the dissociation of the f...
Kb for some common weak bases N am e F o rm u la K b A m m o n ia NH 3 1.8 x 10Ð5 Hydrazine N 2H 4 1.7 x 10Ð6 H y d ro xy lam in e H O N H 2 1.1 x 10Ð8 Methylamine C H 3NH 2 4.4 x 10Ð4 P y rid in e C 5H 5N 1.7 x 10Ð9 Q u in in e 3.3 x 10Ð6 T rim eth y lam in e (C H 3)3N 6.4 x 10Ð5 S alts o f w eak b ases are o ften w ritten as
% dissociation (ionization) = [OH-at equilibrium] ÷ [base initial] × 100 (i) If %dissociation ≈ 100%, the base is a strong base (ii) If %dissociation is small, the base is a weak base Please do not block ads on this website. No ads = no money for us = no free stuff for you! Some Base Dissociation Constants (25 o C)
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Water H2O OH-1.0 x 10-14 14.0 Group I metal hydroxides (LiOH, NaOH, etc.) Group II metal hydroxides (Mg(OH)2, Ba(OH)2, etc.) Strong bases completely dissociate in aq solution (Kb > 1, pKb < 1). Conjugate acids (cations) of strong bases are ineffective bases. * Compiled from Appendix 5 Chem 1A, B, C Lab Manual and Zumdahl 6th Ed. The pKa values ...
Thanks for the A2A! The question could be a little bit more specific. However, I will answer this straightforward. From Ostwald’s Dilution Law and the idea of pH (& pOH) scales, we can derive > pOH=[math]-log(sqrt(Kb*C))[/math] so pH=14-pOH => pH=...