In this lecture you will learn about Strong and Weak Acids and Bases as well as pH. First, Professor Goldwhite will walk you through Acids with how they React with Some Metals as well as their Litmus Test. Then you will learn about Bases and their Litmus Test as well as how Acids and Bases Neutralize each other. Next, you will learn about the various Classification Systems for Acids and Bases, starting with the Arrhenius Classification before hitting the Bronsted-Lowry Classification. You will then cover Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases before Lewis Acids and Lewis Bases. Then you will see a variety of examples for Common Strong Acids, Common Strong Bases, Common Weak Acids, and Common Weak Bases. You will then learn that Water is both an Acid and a Base with a constant called Kw. Finally, you will finish by investigating the Ionization Constants for Weak Acids and Ionization Constants for Weak Bases as well as pH, the pH Scale, and Sorenson pH.
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