## Weak acids & bases

Maya Gollamudi 1G
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### Weak acids & bases

How do you calculate the % protonated of a weak acid/base?

Gerald Bernal1I
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### Re: Weak acids & bases

you divide the change number by the concentration of the acid. Then you multiply by 100 if you want the percent.

Deepika Reddy 1A
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You do the concentration of the conjugate over the concentration of the acid or base and then multiply by 100%.

Emily Burghart 1k
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$\frac{x}{initial concentration}*100$
then compare your % to 5%.

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(changed concentration/ initial concentration ) (100%)

Natalie Benitez 1E
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Gerald Bernal1L wrote:you divide the change number by the concentration of the acid. Then you multiply by 100 if you want the percent.

What exactly is the change number as mentioned in the above quote ?

AKatukota
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### Re: Weak acids & bases

What would CH3NH3Cl dissociate to produce?

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### Re: Weak acids & bases

you would get the ((change in concentration)/(initial concentration) )x100% and that is how you calculate it.

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