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The dissociation constants of monobasic acids A, B, C are 6 × 10 −14 , 5 × 10 −5 , 7 × 10 −10 (A) A (B) A > B > C (C) A = B = C (D) A > B

The dissociation constants of monobasic acids A, B, C are 6 × 10−14, 5 × 10−5, 7 × 10−10


        (A)    A < B < C


        (B)    A > B > C


        (C)    A = B = C


 


        (D)    A > B < C

Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Shane Macguire
30 Points
8 years ago

More is the dissociation constant, more is the concentration of H+ ions and hence smaller is the pH because pH = −log[H+]

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