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Posted by Sara on Friday, March 22, 2013 at 2:45pm.

what is the hydronium-ion concentration in a 0.35m solution of NaCO3? For carbonic acid, Ka1=4.2x10^-7 and Ka2=4.8x10^-11. (Kw=1.0x10^-14)

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