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comment Equilibrium constant for the neutralization of weak acid by strong base
Oh I think I understand now, cuz keq=oh*h3o and that is equal to ka and then when we solve for the equation to isolate the k constant then we see its ka/keq. So I see how you thought about manipulating the variables and now it makes sense a lot more to me now. Thank you, you are the GOAT!
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comment Equilibrium constant for the neutralization of weak acid by strong base
wait so is keq always equal to ka/kw and would the same apply for kb/kw? From my understanding we setup the reaction kb and saw that it is similar to keq but is only lacking H+. So by multiplying in our H+ we see that it is also has our ka equation so we then can say ka/kw? Thank you for your help, truly I am so confused in this chapter and its hard stringing all these k's together.
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