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According to bronsted lowry theory when electrolytes like H3PO4, H2SO4 dissociate they form conjate acid/bases. My doubt is the it we have a conjugate base (CN)- or H2PO4- how do we reprent its dissocciation as a base nd wrie it KB?

According to bronsted lowry theory when electrolytes like H3PO4, H2SO4 dissociate they form conjate acid/bases.   My doubt is the it we have a conjugate base (CN)- or H2PO4- how do we reprent its dissocciation as a base nd wrie it KB?

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Ramreddy IIT Patna
askIITians Faculty 49 Points
7 years ago
HCN-------> CN- + H+
ka= [CN-][H+]/[HCN]
we already know that Ka X kb= 10 -14
So from above you can calculate the value of kb.
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