Monoprotic Acid—Base Equilibria in Water Solutions
The various species with acid—base properties can be related to each other by the equations expressing their equilibria and by equations expressing conservation of matter: material, charge, and proton balancing equations. When initial (analytical) concentrations of solutes are given, these equations serve to determine as many unknowns as we have equations. Molarities, not activities, must be used in these balances, so we require the conditional (molarity) equilibrium constants appropriate to the solution under consideration.
KeywordsIonic Strength Strong Acid Weak Acid Glycollic Acid Approximate Equation
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