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Unformatted text preview: mol 1.23x105 L 0.0008 0.0006 0.0004 0.0002 5 9 7.8 9.19E‐06 9.73E‐04 1.80E‐05 7.29E‐06 9.70E‐04 2.26E‐05 11 7.9 1.16E‐05 9.74E‐04 1.43E‐05 0.0000 3 7 pH 8.0 1.46E‐05 9.74E‐04 1.13E‐05 HCO3 8.1 1.83E‐05 9.73E‐04 8.98E‐06 CO32 8.2 2.29E‐05 9.70E‐04 7.11E‐06 pH 8.3 H2CO3 A solution contains 103M TOTCO3. Under what conditions will CO2(g) move from the atmosphere to solution, and under what conditions will it move in the opposite direction? 0.0010 1 1 1 H 2CO3 1 K a1 K a1K a 2 TOTCO H 2 H 3 HCO3 H 1 K a 2 TOTCO3 K a1 H H 2 H H 2 CO 3 1 TOTCO K K K 3 a1 a1 a 2 Conc'n as given species (mol/L) Fraction as given species CO 2 dissolving TOTCO3 fin TOTCO3 init The solution in the preceding example is adjusted to and hel...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2014 for the course CEE 357 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Winter '12 term at University of Washington.

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