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The dissociation constant of the weak acid HF IS Ka+ [H+][F-]/[HF]. If at equilibrium the concentrations of H+ and F- are each 2.6 X 10-3M and the

The dissociation constant of the weak acid HF IS Ka+ [H+][F-]/[HF]. If at equilibrium the concentrations of H+ and F- are each 2.6 X 10-3M and the concentration of HF is 0.010 M, what is Ka for HF?

The reaction between HCO-3 and its conjugate acid creates a very imortant buffer in your blood. explain what a buffer does

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Ka=  [H+][F-]/[HF]=2.6*10^-3*2.6*10^-3/0.01= 6.76*10^-4 hence Ka=6.76*10^-4 Dissociation of weak carbonic acid is as... View the full answer

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Ka for the acid = 6.76 x 10^-4 Buffer is a solution that is able to resist changes in pH when... View the full answer

Ka = 6.76 * 10 -4 H 2 CO 3 -------->... View the full answer

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