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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Sam on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 2:09pm.

Complete the charge balance equation for an aqueous solution of H2CO3 that ionizes to HCO3^- and CO3^2-

______ = ______ + _______ + _______

Given choices:
[HCO3^-],[CO3^2-], [OH^-], 2[H^+], [H2CO3], 2[CO3^2-], 3[H^+], {H^+]

I don't understand how to do charge balance :(

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