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# What is the ph of a solution of m potassium hydroxide koh a strong base

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the next three problems. What is the pH of the solution when 73.87 mL of the 1.521 M KOH are added to the .935 M acetic acid solution? What is the pH of the solution at the equivalence point? What is the pH of the solution when 153.8 mL of the 1.521 M KOH has been added to the .935 M acetic acid solution?
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n of iron at the equivalence point? For Fe(III)-EDTA, log Kf = 14.32 and at pH 7, α Y4- =5.0x 10-4 .
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acids from the primary sequence. How might this affect each of the three higher levels of protein structure, thus causing this condition? 2) Imagine that you are building an artificial eukaryotic cell starting with an artificial bacterial cell. What organelles would you need to add? 3)How can an enzyme recognize and bind one specific substrate in a cell containing thousands of different molecules? How will extremes of temperature and pH affect this specificity?
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at would have been the concentration of HNO3 AFTER the 0.1000g of Li was added and allowed to react with some of HNO3? (Hint - Lim XS Problem) What would have been the pH of your acid solution after the metal was added?
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r litre? What would have been the concentration of HNO3 AFTER the 0.1000g of Li was added and allowed to react with some of HNO3? (Hint - Lim XS Problem) What would have been the pH of your acid solution after the metal was added? If you wanted to fill a rubber balloon to an internal volume of 5.000L and pressure of 140.0kPa in a 25.00C room with hydrogen gas from the reaction of your metal and acid (Li and HNO3), what is the minimum quantity in millilitres of an 8.000M solution of your acid you would need to generate enough hydrogen gas? (assume you have more than enough metal).
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