Chapter 2

3/4/05


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Table of Contents

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Structure of the water molecule

Hydrogen bond between two water molecules

Structure of ice

Theoretically predicted and spectroscopically confirmed structures of the water trimer, tetramer, and pentamer

Solvation of ions by oriented water molecules

Hydrogen bonding by functional groups

Examples of fatty acid anions

Associations of amphipathic molecules in aqueous solutions

Mechanism of hydronium ion migration in aqueous solution via proton jumps.

Acid-base titration curves of 1 liter solutions of 1M acetic acid, H2PO4, and NH4+ by a strong base.

Distribution curves for acetic acid and acetate ion

Titration curve of a 1 liter solution of 1M H3PO4

Dielectric constants and permanent molecular dipole moments of some common solvents

Dissociation constants and pKs at 25 C of some acids in common laboratory use as biochemical buffers

Dissociation constants and pKs at 25 C of some acids in common laboratory use as biochemical buffers

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Ionization of an acid that has two nonequivalent protonation sites

Ionic mobilitiesa in H2O at 25 C

Author: Anthony S. Serianni

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