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Consider HA, the intermediate form of a diprotic acid. Ka for this species is 104 and Kb

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Problem 9-1

Consider HA, the intermediate form of a diprotic acid. Ka for this species is 104 and Kb is 108 . Nonetheless, the Ka and Kb reactions proceed to nearly the same extent when NaHA is dissolved in water. Explain. 9-

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
ISBN: 9781429218153

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Consider HA, the intermediate form of a diprotic acid. Ka for this species is 104 and Kb