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We place 0.132 mol of a weak acid, HA, in enough water to produce 1.00 L of solution. The final pH of the solution is 1.13. Calculate the ionization contant, Ka, of HA.

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Question 2 We place 0.132 mol of a weak acid, HA, in enough water to produce 1.00 L of solution. The final pH of the solution is 1.13. Calculate the ionization contant, Ka, of HA.

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