Asked Nov 5, 2019

Calculate the ionic strength of

0.01818 M Na2CO3 + 0.0505M NaCl + 0.0202 M K2SO4


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Σε2 Ionic strength,I 2 1 Here, cIon concentration z Ion charges


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