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________ is reacted with the unknown acidic solution after the chloride precipitates have been removed by filtration.
________ is used to remove these precipitates from the solution as well.
The product of the molar concentrations of the constituent ions, each raised to the power of their ________ in the equilibrium equation, is the solubility product of a compound.
The ________ and hydroxide ion concentrations are very low in a strong- acid titration at the equivalence point (about 1 to 10- 7 M); therefore, the added value is one drop.
weak acid or base
The ionization of a(n) ________ is suppressed by the presence of a common ion.
As the ________ is located on the steep part of the curve, the pH on the ________ is inserted in the range that changes the color of the indicator.
________ has little effect on the solubilities of salts containing non- hydrolyzing anions.
________ (OH) 3 is increased solubility in a medium by the formation of a complex ion ________ (OH) 4 − Al (OH) 3 acting as Lewis acid and OH− acting as the Lewis base.
The formation ________, which is the equilibrium constant for complex ion formation, is a measure of a metal ion's tendency to create a specific complex ion.
A(n) ________ is made up of two components: (1) a weak acid or base and (2) its salt; both must be present.