Problem: Tartaric acid is found in many fruits, including grapes, and is partially responsible for the dry texture of certain wines. The acid-dissociation constants for tartaric acid are Ka1 = 1.0x10-3 and Ka2 = 4.6x10-5. Did you have to make any approximations or assumptions in your calculation?

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Tartaric acid is found in many fruits, including grapes, and is partially responsible for the dry texture of certain wines. The acid-dissociation constants for tartaric acid are Ka1 = 1.0x10-3 and Ka2 = 4.6x10-5. Did you have to make any approximations or assumptions in your calculation?

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