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Solution: To find the pKa of X-281, you prepare a 0.084 M test solution of X-281 at 25.0  ∘C. The pH of the solution is determined to be 2.70.a. What is the pKa of X-281?b. What is pKb of the conjugate base of

Solution: To find the pKa of X-281, you prepare a 0.084 M test solution of X-281 at 25.0  ∘C. The pH of the solution is determined to be 2.70.a. What is the pKa of X-281?b. What is pKb of the conjugate base of

Problem

To find the pKa of X-281, you prepare a 0.084 M test solution of X-281 at 25.0  C. The pH of the solution is determined to be 2.70.

a. What is the pKa of X-281?





b. What is pKb of the conjugate base of X-281? (Assume 25  C.)