Problem: Each of the following acid–base reactions involves substances found in Table 1.8. Use the pKa data in the table to help you predict the products of the reactions. Use curved arrows to show electron flow. Predict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right and calculate the equilibrium constant for each reaction.  

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Each of the following acid–base reactions involves substances found in Table 1.8. Use the pKa data in the table to help you predict the products of the reactions. Use curved arrows to show electron flow. Predict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right and calculate the equilibrium constant for each reaction. 

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