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Are the reactants or the products favoured in the following reactions?
a. CH3COOH with NH3?
b. HS- with HCO3-?
c. HNO2 with NH3
d. NH4+ with F-
e. C6H5COOH with CH3COO-
f. H2SO3 with HCO3-
g. H2CO3 with SO32-
h. H2SO3 with SO32-

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    a) What is the dissociation equation in an aqueous solution?
    b)Give the KA expression for each of the acids.
    Identify the acid-base pairs.

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