In this lesson our instructor talks about acids and bases. He discusses Bronsted-Lowry acid-base model, reaction of an acid with water, acid dissociation, and acid strength. He also talks about water as an acid and a base, and the pH scale. He does four complete example problems.
The only thing that moves in an A/B reaction is Hydrogen Ion (H+).
Diferent acids have different strengths: the extent to which they dissociate to release Hydrogen Ion -- more dissociation means stronger acid.
pH is just another way of measuring the amount of Hydrogen Ion floating around in solution.
Acids and Bases
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