Problem: In a triprotic acid which Ka value is smallest in value? a) Ka1b) Ka2c) Ka3d) They are all equal.

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In a triprotic acid which Ka value is smallest in value? 

a) Ka1

b) Ka2

c) Ka3

d) They are all equal.

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