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Acid dissociation constant

Definition

noun

The dissociation constant in an acid-base reaction, describing the strength of an acid in a solution.


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Stronger acids tend to have larger dissociation constants whereas weaker acids have smaller dissociation constants.


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... will it react. 8. Write the equation for the dissociation of water, and explain what is actually ... you have some dissociation equation and constant (as above) and from this by minus log you get the pH... 11. Explain how acids or bases indirectly or directly affect the hydrogen ...

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Acid-Base Equilibria & Neutralization

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