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# 5. When we buy soda water (carbonated water), we are buying a solution of carbon dioxide in water. The solution is acidic because C02 reacts with

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5. When we buy soda water (carbonated water), we are buying a solution of carbon
dioxide in water. The solution is acidic because C02 reacts with water to form carbonic
acid, H2C03. What are [H30+], [HCOg'], and [C032'] in a saturated solution of C02 with an
initial [Hzcog] = 0.033 M? Hzcogl + H20 —&quot;‘ Hco; + H30+ ic.1 = 4.3 x 10'7 HC03_ + H20 C0332— + H30+ K32 = 5.5 x 10'11

[ H 3 O + ] = 1.192 x 10 -4 M [HCO... View the full answer

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