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Consider a diprotic weak acid system for
which pK1= 3 and pK2= 9.
How many moles hydroxide must be added
to 5 moles of the acidic form to produce the
following levels of pH:
pH= 2, 4.5, and 7
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Consider a diprotic weak acid system for which pK1= 3 and pK2= 9. How many moles hydroxide must be added to 5 moles of the acidic form to produce the following levels of pH: pH= 2, 4.5, and 7

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