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Ionization constant



A mathematical constant that measures the propensity of a salt to dissociate reversibly into is component ions.


Ionization constant pertains to the measure of the dissociation of a salt into ions. For instance, an acid that dissociates from an acid-base reaction.

See also: acid dissociation constant

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