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Posted by Johnny on Sunday, June 17, 2012 at 2:41pm.

Calculate the concentrations of all species in a 1.67 M Na2SO3 (sodium sulfite) solution. The ionization constants for sulfurous acid are Ka1 = 1.4 102 and Ka2 = 6.3 108.

I know how to find the Na^+ and SO3^-2 but I don't know how to find molarity of rest of it. Can you show me how to find molarity please? Show me how to find molarity for HSO3^- and I will do the rest of them when I get it.

[Na^+] = 3.34M
[SO3^-2] = 1.67M
[HSO3^-] =
[H2SO3] =
[OH^-] =
[H^+] =

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