October 16, 2021, 02:41:23 PM
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Topic: will the pka of a chemical have an effect if it is soluble in a solvent?  (Read 1971 times)

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Offline avidlearner

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a friend has asked me this question thinking i would know but i dont. any help?

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Instead of thinking about pka as a number, try to use what pka means about the properties of a specific molecule to predict how it will behave. You may see some trends then.
Stereograms of the 32 crystallographic point groups: little bike wheels of cold, hard, pure rationality.

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thanks will do

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