These charts for Chemistry 30 Chapter 16 "Equilibrium In Acid-Base Systems", summarizes the extent of acid-base equilibrium reactions and the relationship between amount concentrations of hydroxide and hydronium ions in reaction equations. These charts summarize the Bronsted-Lowry concept, writing it's reaction equations, and solving for conjugate acid-base pairs, Arrhenius' Theory, modern acid-base theory, Lewis' acid-base theory, predicting the predominent acid-base according to a chemical equilibrium reaction, and the determining the acid or base ionization constant. This chart package also defines Le Chatelier's Principle, reading pH titration curves, selecting indicators, calculating pH and pOH, as well as using stoichiometric equations to calculate the ratio of acid-base in an equilibrium reaction. These charts are made for the Nelson Chemistry 20-30 textbook, or the Pearson/Nelson Science 30 textbook. These charts iare a great addition to any high school student's portfolio, or to any teacher's curriculum, and is great for diploma exam prep.
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