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Posted by Thomas on Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 1:18pm.

The Ka value of nitrous acid, HNO2 , is 4.0 × 10¯4 . What is the equilibrium constant for the reaction; NO2¯ + H2O <-> HNO2 + OH¯ ?

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