Problem: The pKa's for carbonic acid and bicarbonate at 37°C are 3.83 and 10.25, respectively. Write the equation for each of these equilibria.

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The pKa's for carbonic acid and bicarbonate at 37°C are 3.83 and 10.25, respectively. Write the equation for each of these equilibria.

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