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For phosphoric acid (H3PO4) pKa1=2.148,pKa2=7.199 and pKa3=12.15 A) What would be the pH of 0.1M NaH2PO4 in water? (note that Na is a spectator ion;also this is NOT a titration problem). B) What would be the pH of 0.1 M Na3PO4?(note that Na is a spectator ion;also this is not a titration problem) If you dont have a quadratic solver on your ...

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K a and pK a for Polyprotic Acids. Acid Name : K a : pK a: Carbonic, H 2 CO 3 : 1 st: 4.5 x 10-7 : 6.35: 2 nd: 4.7 x 10-11: 10.33 : Hydrogen sulphide, H 2 S : 1 st: 9 ...

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What Are the PKa Values for Phosphoric Acid? The pKa for phosphoric acid is 2.15 for the first dissociation, 7.20 for the second dissociation and 12.35 for the third dissociation. These values are based on an ambient temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, and are known as Ka1, Ka2 and Ka3, respectively. ...

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Phosphoric acid, H3PO4(aq), is a triprotic acid, meaning that one molecule of the acid has three acidic protons. Estimate the pH, and the concentrations of all species in a 0.250 M phosphoric acid solution.

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Similarity to monoprotic acid titrations. “Chunking” into multiple titrations. Species and equilibria in buffer regions. Identifying pKa1 and pKa2.

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What is the difference between phosphoric acid and sulfurous acid? What are the catalysts used in the esterification of phosphoric acid? What are pKa values of all conjugate bases of orthophosphoric acid?

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a polyprotic acid, where N is the number of protons and happens any time there is a pure compound in solution capable of gaining or losing a proton. For example, in carbonic acid, bicarbonate is amphiprotic, HCO 3-. In phosphoric acid, there are two amphiprotic species, H 2PO 4-and HPO 4-2.

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pH Titration Curves 'Idealized': To date the equivalence point of an acid base reaction has been determined using an indicator. In this experiment we are going to monitor the changes in pH that occurs during the titration of a weak polyprotic acid with a strong base.

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No, you do not. The pKa1 value is the primary dissociation constant, whereas, pKa2 value is the dissociation constant for the second ionization. You are given the pKa2 value in part D because it is an ion. Therefore, the process for calculating the Ka value would not be different from parts a to c.

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This is “Appendix C: Dissociation Constants and pKa Values for Acids at 25°C”, appendix 3 from the book Principles of General Chemistry (v. 1.0). For details on it (including licensing), click here.