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The acid-dissociation constant for chlorous acid (HClO2) is 1.1 × 10–2. Calculate the concentrations of H3O+, ClO2–, and HClO2 at equilibrium if the initial concentration of

The acid-dissociation constant for chlorous acid (HClO2) is 1.1 × 10–2. Calculate the concentrations of H3O+, ClO2, and HClO2 at equilibrium if the initial concentration of HClO2 is 0.0125 M.

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