Problem: Compound A has a pKa of 7 and compound B has a pKa of 10. Compound A is how many times more acidic than compound B?(a) 3(b) 3000(c) 1000

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Compound A has a pKa of 7 and compound B has a pKa of 10. Compound A is how many times more acidic than compound B?

(a) 3

(b) 3000

(c) 1000

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