San H.

asked • 07/30/21

How do I find the concentration of A2− for a weak diprodic acid?

A solution contains the weak diprotic acid H2A in water. Given that the concentration of HA− generated from the first ionization of the parent acid, H2A, is 0.00137 M, what is the concentration of A2−? 

Use Ka2=9.10×10−11

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San H.

Thank you for the detailed explanation. I appreciate it


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