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At pH 3.68, calculate the fractions of all species of a triprotic acid in it which exists. The pKa values of the acid are 1.85, 2.84, and 9.

At pH 3.68, calculate the fractions of all species of a triprotic acid in it which exists. The pKa values of the acid are 1.85, 2.84, and 9.79.

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The species existing include H 3A, H 2 A,)HA 2- ,A 3- pH = 3.68 we also know that pH = -log[H+] [H+] = 10^-3.68 = 2.089 x... View the full answer

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Calculate H + and Ka1 Ka2 Ka3 of triprotic acid PH = - log H + H + = 10^-PH = 10^-3.68 = 2.1 x 10^-4 M Ka1 = 10^-PKa1 =... View the full answer

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