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6 Name: REINZO VITTORIO B.

CARDENAS Yr and Section: 1H-MT MT635 3rd shifting

Multiple Choice. Choose the best answer.

A. Arrhenius B. Brønsted– C. Lewis D. Lavoisier For nos 33-35. Consider: pH = pka + log [S]/[A]
Lowry (Henderson-Hasselbalch eq.)
Calculate the pH of a buffer solution that initially consists of 0.050 M
C 1. acids are electron pair acceptors; bases are electron pair donors CH3COO- (salt) and 0.035 M CH3COOH (acid). Ka = 1.8 x 10-5
A 2. acids produce H3O+ ions in aqueous solution; bases produce OH– ions
B 3. acids are proton (H+) donors; bases are proton acceptors

A. Monoprotic B. Diprotic C. Triprotic D. Amphiprotic


C 4. H3PO4
A 5. CH3COOH
D 6. H20
A 7. HCl

A. Strong acid B. Strong base C. Weak acid D. Weak base

B 8. NaOH
A 9. HNO3
A 10. HCl
C 11. CH3COOH

For the chemical equation: CH3COOH + H2O CH3COO- + H3O+


A. Acid B. Base C. Conj. acid D. Conj. base

D 12. CH3COO-
B 13. H2O
A 14. CH3COOH
C 15. H3O+

Consider the following:


pH = -log[H+] pOH = -log[OH-]
14 = pH + pOH A. Volumetric B. Gravimetric C. Coulometric
Complete the table: Titrimetry Titrimetry Titrimetry
B 36. the mass of standard reagent is measured
A 37. the standard reagent (titrant) is measured volumetrically
16. 22. 25.
A. analyte B. titrant C. standard soln.
19. 23. 26.
C 38. a reagent of known concentration
17. 20. 27.
A 39. the chemical component in the sample that is to be determined
B 40. a solution that quantitatively reacts with the analyte
18. 21. 24.

A. Equivalence B. Endpoint C. Titration D. Indicator


point error

C 41. the difference in volume or mass between the equivalence point


and end point
A 42. theoretical point in titration when the amount of titrant is
chemically equivalent to the amount of analyte in the sample
D 43. substance that undergoes an observable change when endpoint
of a titration is reached
Give the relations: B 44. experimental estimation of equivalence point when a physical
change is observe in titration
A. Directly B. Inversely C. No relation
D 45. substance that undergoes an observable change when endpoint
B 28. pH and acidity
of a titration is reached.
B 29. acidity and pKa
B 30. pH and pOH
B 31. pKa and acidity
B 32. pOH and basicity