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Table of Acids with Ka and pKa Values* CLAS Acid HA A-Ka pKa Acid Strength Conjugate Base Strength Hydroiodic HI I-Hydrobromic HBr Br-Perchloric HClO4 ClO4-Hydrochloric HCl Cl-Chloric HClO3 ClO3-Sulfuric (1) H2SO4 HSO4-Nitric HNO3 NO3-Strong acids completely dissociate in aq solution (Ka > 1, pKa < 1).


It's an interesting question. When you ask what the pKa of NaOH is, are you viewing NaOH as an acid or a base? The two views yield two different pKa values.When NaOH is viewed as an acid, its conjugate base is [math]O^{-2}[/math]. Much more usual ...


What Is the Kb of NaOH? The base dissociation constant, or K b , of sodium hydroxide, or NaOH, is approximately 10 20 . NaOH is classified as a strong base, which completely ionizes or dissociates in a solution into Na + and OH - ions.


The pKa value for sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is 10.3. This provides a measure of the acid strength of bicarbonate. People often make the mistake of reporting the pKa value of 6.3 for bicarbonate.


HCl is a strong acid, so because of its complete dissociation you don't need a Ka value for that one. NaOH is a strong base, so you can use the same idea, just with the pOH equation Ba(OH)2 is also a strong base, again you do not actually need a number for Kb The only problem one is CH3NH2, a weak base, which according to something i found acts like ammonia, so i would assume we can just use ....


Trace it out to the y axis and verify this. Turns out this is not a good estimate to the literature value of color(red)(4.77), but you have no other way to find this, because the first and second equivalence points seem to blend together too well. 3rd half-equiv pt. This is also somewhat of a guesstimate.


Sodium hydroxide is a strong base with a 13.8 pKa value. Sodium hydroxide has a chemical formula of NaOH and is also referred to as lye or caustic soda. It is an organic compound and alkali salt. According to James Ashenhurst of Master Organic Chemistry, sodium hydroxide is the conjugate base of water. Water is a weak acid with a 15.7 pKa value.


What is the accepted Ka value for sodium hydroxide? NaOH does not have a Ka because it is not an acid. Ka is the concentration of the acid, therefore non valid. It can have a Kb though.


When 50.00 mL of an unknown 0.2461 M weak acid are titrated with 0.1968 M NaOH, it was found after the addition of exactly 16.00 mL of base that the pH of the solution was 3.79. From this information, calculate the Ka of the acid.


What is the constant (Kb) for the base NaOH? I can't seem to find any answers anywhere. Is it 0 because it dissociates into Na- ? ... The concentration of the NaOH is the OH- concentration ... How to calculate Ka and Kb for KHP based on pH?