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@MarcLeclair ??? Can you help with this one too? If you can do you need more info?
its odd youre doing this without knowing the ice process... haha In this part, the Eq. Point will be at 7. Why? because it is a strong base mixed with a strong acid, therefore they will neutralize each other. So for instance, the curve will start off very slow and spike up and finish up very slowly ( kinda like a big s)
do you understand to finish the rest?
No. I don't understand where you got 7 @MarcLeclair
okay well lets say you have a strong base of ph 14, and strong acid of ph 1, when you mix both together, the ph of the resultant solution ( of the product) will be 7 because both solutions neutralize each other.
so lets say I use a strong acid with a weak base, than the ph of the resulting solution will be under 7 ( always depending on the 2 solutions used) could be like ph=5 if the initial solutions were ph=2 and ph=10, I mean it's all depending.
What I am trying to say is when two solutions are mixed together, they will neutralize each other. Kinda like "counter" each other effect. it would be like mixing a hot drink with a cold drink, the result will be "lukewarm". Samething goes with High ph with low ph, (acidic with basic solutions) the result will be a non-acidic and non-basic solution.
Oh okay @MarcLeclair
I mean you can notice that with the rest of the questions...strong acid with weak base will give you an equivalence point lower than 7=ph, for the other one ( strong base and weak acid) it will give a ph>7 for weak and weak, it won't really change. I can't give numbers because we're talking in general in your homework question.
OKay. I think I understand now. @MarcLeclair