Problem: Order the following molecules by increasing pKa values:CH2 = CH2 (1), HOEt (2), H2SO4 (3), CH3CH2CH2CH2CO2H (4).___ < ___ < ___ < ___ NH3 (1), CH4 (2), OH2 (3), HF (4).___ < ___ < ___ < ___

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Order the following molecules by increasing pKa values:

CH= CH2 (1), HOEt (2), H2SO4 (3), CH3CH2CH2CH2CO2H (4).

___ < ___ < ___ < ___

NH3 (1), CH4 (2), OH2 (3), HF (4).

___ < ___ < ___ < ___

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