Problem: Calculate the percent ionization (protonation) of a 0.342 M solution of an unknown base. Kb = 1.9 x 10-5 for this base.A. 0.075 %B. 0.086 %C. 0.86 %D. 0.37 %E. 0.75 %

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Calculate the percent ionization (protonation) of a 0.342 M solution of an unknown base. Kb = 1.9 x 10-5 for this base.

A. 0.075 %

B. 0.086 %

C. 0.86 %

D. 0.37 %

E. 0.75 %

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