# Chemistry: Solution Equilibria

We are planning to make 13 ready-to-use problem sets on the topic of solution equilibria. These problem sets will focus on the analysis of situations in which partially soluble salts, weak acids, and weak bases are dissolved in water. The use of an ICE table and dissociation equation to solve Ksp, Ka, and Kb problems will be emphasized. Problems will range in difficulty; most will require moderate to sophisticated algbraic manipulations.

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Problem Set SAB1: Ksp and Ion Concentrations 1
Relate the Ksp for a partially soluble salt to the concentrations of its ions in aqueous solution. 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB2: Ksp and Ion Concentrations 1
Relate the Ksp for a partially soluble salt to the concentrations of its ions in aqueous solution. 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB3: Ksp and Solubility 1
Determine the molar solubility of a partially soluble salt if given its chemical formula and Ksp value. Includes 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB4: Ksp and Solubility 2
Determine the Ksp value of a partially soluble salt if given its molar solubility and chemical formula. Includes 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB5: Ka, Kb, and pH 1
Given the molarity and dissociation constant (Ka, Kb) of a weak acid or base, determine the ion concentrations and the pH of the solution. Includes 7 problems.

Problem Set SAB6: Ka, Kb, and pH 2
Relate the dissociation constant (Ka, Kb), the molarity, and the pH for a weak acid or weak base solution. Includes 8 problems.

Problem Set SAB7: Ka, Kb, pH, and Percent Dissociation 1
Calculate the percent dissociation of a weak acid or weak base if given its concentration and dissociation constant (Ka, Kb). Includes 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB8: Ka, Kb, pH, and Percent Dissociation 2
Relate the dissociation constant (Ka, Kb), the molarity, the % dissociation, and the pH for a weak acid or weak base solution. Includes 8 problems.

Problem Set SAB9: Polyprotic Acids
Analyze situations involving the step-wise dissociation of polyprotic acids in order to determine ion concentrations and the pH of the solution. Includes 4 problems.

Problem Set SAB10: Hydrolysis of Salts 1
Determine the pH of a solution from the concentration of a salt that is dissolved in the solution. Problems are highly scaffolded. Includes 7 problems.

Problem Set SAB11: Hydrolysis of Salts 2
Determine the pH of a solution from the concentration of a salt that is dissolved in the solution. Includes 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB12: Common Ion Problems
Analyze situations in which a solution contains a weak acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid. Includes 6 problems.

Problem Set SAB13: pH Curves for Titrations
Analyze three different titrations (strong acid with strong base, weak acid with strong base, and weak base with strong acid) to determine the pH at various points during the titration process. Includes 3 multi-part problems.