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The two acid dissociation constants for carbonic acid, H2CO3, are 4.3  10–7 and 4.8  10–11 at 25°C. The base constantKb constant for HCO3?

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  • The two acid dissociation constants for carbonic acid, H2CO3, are 4.3  10–7 and 4.8  10–11 at 25°C. The base constantKb constant for HCO3?


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