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Click to edit Master subtitle style #1 1.0x10-3 F HA solution has a pH=5.4. What is Ka of HA? Click for answer. .. 1.58x10- 8
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Click to edit Master subtitle style #2 1.0x10-2 F HA is in salt water at 298K and the solution pH=4.0. What is [HA] / [A-]? Ka=5x10-10 Click for answer. .. 2.0x10 5
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Click to edit Master subtitle style #3 DRAINO (NaOH) is added to diluted vinegar until the final solution volume was 1.00L and the pH was neutral (pH=7.00). 300 mL of vinegar (5% w/w acetic acid, Ka=1.8x10-5 and ρ (of vinegar)=1.00g/cc was used in this neutralization reaction. What is the acetic acid-to-acetate ratio, i.e., [HAc] / [Ac-]? Click for answer. .. 0.0056
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Click to edit Master subtitle style #4 What is the pH of a 1.0x10-4 F HA solution? (Ka = 1.0x10-10) Click for answer. .. pH=7.00
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#5 What is the dominant acid/base species in a solution containing _______ at a pH= ______? acid/base
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2010 for the course CH 52460 taught by Professor Holcombe during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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