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How would you determine the concentration of H+, H2A and MB+ in a solution containing volumes of:

H+ 600 microliters
H2A 500 microliters
MB+ 100 microliters
H20 800 microliters

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    Molar concentrations:

    H+= .1M
    H2A= .100M
    MB+= 2.00X10^-4

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    I don't understand the problem.

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