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1. A 0.109 M aqueous solution of an unknown acid has a pH of 4.846. Calculate...

1. A 0.109 M aqueous solution of an unknown acid has a pH of 4.846. Calculate its Ka.

2.  How would you change the volume of each of the following reactions to increase the yield of the products?

            a) CaCO3 (s) CaO (s) + CO2 (g)

            b) S (s) + 3 F2 (g) SF6 (g)

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-41868 1 pH = 4.868 0409 TH+) - 10 For weak acid, [ht] = √kaxe a ka= [htJ² > ka = 1104-868)? = 1:685X10-9 ka = 1.685 x 109 2)

answered by: ANURANJAN SARSAM
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