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Calculate the pH of a 1.33 mol/L solution of HCN is the Ka value of HCN is 6.2x10^-12

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asked by Joseph
1. Set up ionization.
Write Ka expression.
Set up ICE table.
Substitute and solve for (H^+), then convert that to pH.
I'll be glad to help you through any of it if you post your work but I am not interested in typing out the problem so you can check yuor answers.

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