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Find the pH and percent dissociation for each of the following aqueous solutions at T =...

Find the pH and percent dissociation for each of the following aqueous solutions at T = 25. °C.

a) A 0.0150 M solution of HBr, a strong acid.

b) A 0.0150 M solution of hypobromous acid, HOBr, a weak acid.  For this acid, Ka = 2.0 x 10-9

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