(Solution Download) The pH of a particular raindrop is 5 6 a Assuming the


The pH of a particular raindrop is 5.6.
(a) Assuming the major species in the raindrop are H2CO3(aq), HCO3-, and CO32-(aq), calculate the concentrations of these species in the raindrop, assuming the total carbonate concentration is 10 × 10-5 M. The appropriate Ka values are given in Table 16.3.

The pH of a particular raindrop is 5.6.
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(b)What experiments could you do to test the hypothesis that the rain also contains sulfur-containing species that contribute to its pH? Assume you have a large sample of rain to test.

 







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