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Posted by Sam on Monday, November 15, 2010 at 7:41pm.

A diprotic acid solution H2A has a molarity of .95 M. the concentrations of the species present at equilibrium are as follows: [H+] = .25 M, [HA-]=.25M, [A^2-] =4.6x10^-4 M. what are the first and second ionization constants for this acid?

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