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The Ka of carbonic acid is 4.3 x 10-7. H2CO3?H+ + HCO3– This means that H2CO3 is a A. good hydrogen-ion acceptor. B. poor hydrogen-ion donor. C. poor hydrogen-ion acceptor. D. good hydrogen-ion
donor.
The Ka of carbonic acid is 4.3 x 10-7. H2CO3?H+ + HCO3– This means that H2CO3 is a B. poor hydrogen-ion donor
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