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Posted by Justin on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 12:34pm.

Ca(OH)^2 does not completely dissociate. It only partially dissotiates in water to form OH- and Ca+2. An equilibrium mixture of Ca(OH) and its dissolved ions is found to have a pH= 10.3 what is Kc for this dissociation?

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