Problem: Part 1A 0.0440 M solution of in organic acid has an [H+] of 1.25 x 10-3 M. Using the values above, calculate the pH of the solution. Part 2What is the percent ionization of the acid? Part 3Calculate the Ka value of the acid.

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Part 1

A 0.0440 M solution of in organic acid has an [H+] of 1.25 x 10-3 M. Using the values above, calculate the pH of the solution. 

Part 2

What is the percent ionization of the acid? 

Part 3

Calculate the Ka value of the acid.

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