Problem: Which of the following concentrations would be practically equal in a calculation of the equilibrium concentrations in a 0.134-M solution of H2CO3, a diprotic acid: [H3 O+], [OH−], [H2CO3], [HCO3 −], [CO3 2−]? No calculations are needed to answer this question.

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Which of the following concentrations would be practically equal in a calculation of the equilibrium concentrations in a 0.134-M solution of H2CO3, a diprotic acid: [H3 O+], [OH], [H2CO3], [HCO3 ], [CO3 2]? No calculations are needed to answer this question.

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