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According to the Bronsted/ Lowry Acid/ Base system an acid can ____ a proton.
Donate
According to the Bronsted/ Lowry Acid/ Base system a base can ____ a proton.
Accept
Archae Do not have a cell wall but do have a cell membrane and _____.
an S-layer
Finish this equation:
pH =
-log [H+]
The Henderson Hasselbalch equation:
pH=pKa + log ([A-]/[HA])
At the pKa value how much (percentage) ionization has occured?
50 percent
Before the pKa value how much (percentage) ionization has occured?
0 percent. You are protonated and NEUTRAL
There are 2 forms of aspirin, the neutral form and the ionized form. Which is soluble in water and which is fat soluble?
Ionized-water soluble
Neutral- fat soluble
What 2 things should you keep in mind when designing a buffer?
The target pH should be the pKa of the buffer. The more buffer you have, the greater buffering capacity you will have.
When using the natural log, base e is equal to which numerical figure?
2.718