We’re being asked to write the stepwise Ka reactions for H2SO3.
Sulfurous acid (H2SO3) is a diprotic acid, it can donate two protons (H+) and it will have two equilibrium reactions.
Write out the stepwise Ka reactions for the diprotic acid H2SO3.
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