Organic Chemistry Practice Problems Calculating Equilibrium Constants Using pKa Practice Problems Solution: (a) One acid has a pKa of 2, the other has a pKa o...

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Solution: (a) One acid has a pKa of 2, the other has a pKa of 8. What is the ratio of their Ka's?

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(a) One acid has a pKa of 2, the other has a pKa of 8. What is the ratio of their Ka's?

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Calculating Equilibrium Constants Using pKa

Calculating Equilibrium Constants Using pKa

Q. Please answer the following two questions below.

Solved • Wed Sep 28 2016 11:00:06 GMT-0400 (EDT)

Calculating Equilibrium Constants Using pKa

Q. (a) The Ka of formic acid (HCO2H) is 1.77x 10-4. What is the pKa?

Solved • Wed Jun 15 2016 16:36:12 GMT-0400 (EDT)

Calculating Equilibrium Constants Using pKa

Q. (b) Two acids differ by 10,000 in their Ka's. If the pKa of the weaker acid is 5, what is the pKa of the stronger acid?

Solved • Mon Jun 13 2016 15:22:10 GMT-0400 (EDT)