If the Ka of a conjugate acid is known, which other parameter can be determined?
A. Ka of the strong base
B. Ka of the strong acid
C. Kb of the weak acid
D. Kb of the weak base
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Yep. I was looking for it, but I can't find it.
Alright what we look at is this Kw=(Ka)(Kb) if given Ka we solve for Kb like this Kw/Ka=Kb so considering we start initial with knowing the conjugate acid then it must initial be a base and bases have Kb dissociation values. So i think it is D.
I feel like the answer choices were different, maybe I just read them wrong last time.
It was right. Thanks.
:) glad it was right
They said it wasn't D on the other one lol
I think i read it wrong the first time fixed it this time :)