The dissociation of p-toluidine (CH3C6H4NH2) is as follow:
CH3C6H4NH2(aq) + H2O(l) ⇌ CH3C6H4NH3+ + OH–(aq)
Step 1. Construct an ICE chart.
The pH of a 0.016-M aqueous solution of p-toluidine (CH 3C6H4NH2) is 8.60. Calculate Kb.
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