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Calculate the pH of a solution container 0.20m ch3cooh and 0.30m ch3coona

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  1. pH=pka+log[Ac/HAc]

    HAc=0.20M CH3COOH=acetic acid

    Ac=0.30M CH3COONa=sodium acetate

    Use your text to find the pka of CH3COOH (acetic acid)

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