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Acetic acid, CH3COOH, is a weak organic acid, pKa 4.47.

Determine the position of the equilibrium for the reaction of acetic acid with NaHCO3, and draw the species that predominates at equilibrium.

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  1. Doesn't this all depend upon how much acid and how much bicarbonate are there and their concentrations? For example, a small amount of acetic acid and a lot of NaHCO3 leaves just NaHCO3 in excess. Conversely if you have a small amount of NaHCO3 you have acetic acid in excess.

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