Asked Feb 25, 2020
If the KaKa of a monoprotic weak acid is 2.9×10−6,2.9×10−6, what is the pHpH of a 0.36 M0.36 M solution of this acid?

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Given that 0.36 M monoprotic weak acid is present. Ka value is given as 2.9×10-6. The equation used to find the H+ concentration for weak monoprotic acid is given below:

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