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Topic: How to calculating the fractional composition of EDTA at a specific pH?  (Read 173 times)

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Offline AussieKenDoll

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See the attached pic, How does the equation change at different pHs?

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Why don't you plug numbers and calculate by yourself?
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But I should know the [H+] to calculate fractional composition? But its not given?
And how does the fractional composition equation above for Y4- changes at different pHs?
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But I should know the [H+] to calculate fractional composition? But its not given?

You are asked "How does it change with pH" - so you need to plug different pH values and check what is happening. Making a plot in a spreadsheet will be quite fast.
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