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Author Topic: Complex acid speciation diagrams, why do some species not have a fraction of 1?  (Read 1512 times)

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Twickel

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Hi
Just wondering, how come some species do not reach a fraction of 1, when the pkas are close?
Can someone explain this in more detail, the image can found in the attached file page 11 then 13.

Thank you in advance.
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That's the way it is - before their fraction grows to 1 they are already consumed by a subsequent dissociation reaction.
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From the given data am I able to know the fraction value?
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