Acids and Bases Test Review 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. List three characteristics of acids. List three characteristics of bases. List the strong acids. What elements are involved in the formation of a strong base? Be able to differentiate between strong and weak electrolytes Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry definitions of Acids and Bases Label each as acid, base, conjugate acid, or conjugate base. NH3 + HNO2 NH4+ + NO2– CH3COOH + OH– H2O + HSO4– H2O + HS– CO32– + HS– 8. 9. 10. 11. H2O + CH3CO2– H3O+ + SO42– OH– + H2S HCO3– + S2– Define conjugate acid/base Know what indicators are and their functions Define titration and sketch titration curves. Math!!! a. What is the pH of 0.00145 M HCl? b. What is the pH of 0.005 M Ca(OH)2? c. Find the concentration of nitric acid whose pH is 1.45. d. Find the concentration of sodium hydroxide whose pH is 13.23. e. What volume of 0.50 M HCl is neutralized by 24 mL of 0.235 M Al(OH)3? f. What is the pH of 0.005 M acetic acid (ka=0.000018) g. Find the Kb for a base whose pH is 12.34 if its initial concentration is 1.45 M.