Problem: A student titrates an unknown monoprotic acid with NaOH solution from a buret. After the addition of 12.35 mL of NaOH, the pH of the solution is 5.22. The equivalence volume is 24.70 mL. What is the Ka of the acid?

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A student titrates an unknown monoprotic acid with NaOH solution from a buret. After the addition of 12.35 mL of NaOH, the pH of the solution is 5.22. The equivalence volume is 24.70 mL. What is the Ka of the acid?

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