Salt Hydrolysis

  1. Interesting podcast from the director of undergraduate admission at UBC talking about the truths and myths of how Canadian universities make admissions decisions.  See link here:
  2.  I will be able to predict whether a salt solution will form an acidic, basic, or neutral solution.
  3. See class notes here:  Salt Hydrolysis Day 2  (this is a continuation of the notes from last class)
  4. Do:  Prelab for Lab 20D.  See copy of lab instructions here:  Lab 20D.  Make a LARGE chart for your data table (see copy of it here:  Lab 20D Prelab chart) It is different than the one in the instructions).  Predict whether the salt will form an acidic, basic, or neutral solution.  We will do the lab when we return from spring break.