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What is the hydrogen ion concentration in a 0.15 molar solution of acetic acid in water at 25 degrees C? Acetic acid is 1.3 % dissociated.

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  1. Set up an ICE chart.
    .............CH3COOH ==> CH3COO^- + H^+
    initial......0.15M.........0.........0
    change........-x...........x.........x.
    equil.......0.15-x.........x.........x.
    So what is x? 0.15*0.013

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