## ICE table

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CristinaMorales1F
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### ICE table

How do you solve for Ka when given a change in concentration?

davidryan3f
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### Re: ICE table

You solve for Ka by setting up the equation for the equilibrium constant and pugging in the given values at equilibrium or substitute these values using X or a variation of that. Then you use algebra to solve for Ka.

Salena Chowdri 1I
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### Re: ICE table

Ka is [A-][H+]/[HA], so if you have the initial concentration of HA you'll be able to calculate the concentration of hydrogen ions.

Claudia Luong 4K
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### Re: ICE table

You create an ICE table subtracting x from the initial concentrations of your reactants and adding x to products. You also multiply x by stoichiometric coefficients.