Problem: Calculate the concentrations of H2SO4. HSO4-. SO42-. and H+ ions in a 0.14 M sulfuric acid solution at 25°C. Assume H+ ions and H3O+ ions to be the same ions. (Ka2 for sulfuric acid is 1.3 x 10-2.)(H2SO4) = ____(HSO4-) = _____(SO42-) = ______(H-+) = ______

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Calculate the concentrations of H2SO4. HSO4-. SO42-. and H+ ions in a 0.14 M sulfuric acid solution at 25°C. Assume H+ ions and H3O+ ions to be the same ions. (Ka2 for sulfuric acid is 1.3 x 10-2.)

(H2SO4) = ____

(HSO4-) = _____

(SO42-) = ______

(H-+) = ______

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