Behavior of Ions from Strong and Weak Acids and Bases

Hi

In order to introduce the concept of hydrolysis of salts, a good way could be the analysis of behavior of ions: (1) some can stay alone and (2) some will need the coexistence of conjugate species

Behavior of Ions from Strong and Weak Acids and Bases

[Hydrolysis CONTENT & METHODOLOGY] [Acid-Base INDEX] [Acid-Base SEQUENCING]

hydrolysis

Behavior of ions

IONS THAT CAN STAY ALONE: Anions from strong acids [chloride, nitrate, sulfate, …] and Cations from hydroxides [metallic cations]

IONS THAT NEED THEIR CONJUGATE SPECIES: Anions from weak acids  [acetate, cyanide, nitrite, …] and Cations from weak bases [ammonium]

Rafa

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