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Determination of the apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid in seawater

Dana R. Kester

Determination of the apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid in seawater

by Dana R. Kester

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phosphoric acid.,
  • Seawater -- Composition.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dana Ray Kester.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15521860M

    This is “Appendix C: Dissociation Constants and pKa Values for Acids at 25°C”, appendix 3 from the book Principles of General Chemistry (v. ). For details on it (including licensing), click here.   Adapted from UC Davis Chem Wiki (creative commons licence): UC Davis GeoWiki by University of California, Davis. CC-BY-NC-SA Original source of data: CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 84th Edition ().Author: David W. Ball, Jessie A. Key.

    The determination of the acid dissociation constant is an important step in the development of new pharmaceutical products since this physico-chemical parameter can strongly affect product efficacy. Potentiometric titration is a powerful technique for the accurate determination of acid dissociation constants. Well, by the principle of Le Chatelier, acetic acid and water reacts further, to replenish the $\ce{H3O+}$. This goes on until the acetic acid is deprotonated to a large degree, and then the $\ce{OH-}$ very quickly raises the $\text{pH}$ of the water, since there is no acid to react with anymore.

    An acid dissociation constant, K a, (also known as acidity constant, or acid-ionization constant) is a quantitative measure of the strength of an acid in is the equilibrium constant for a chemical reaction ↽ − − ⇀ − + + known as dissociation in the context of acid–base chemical species HA is an acid that dissociates into A −, the conjugate base of the. Stepwise dissociation constants are each defined for the loss of a single proton. The constant for dissociation of the first proton may be denoted as K a1 and the constants for dissociation of successive protons as K a2, etc. Phosphoric acid, H 3 PO 4, is an example of a polyprotic acid as it can lose three protons.


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Determination of the apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid in seawater by Dana R. Kester Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mcnts and acid-base titrations. The apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid were determined in artificial seawater over the ranges of temperature and salinity normally encountered in the ocean.

These apparent dissociation constants were also measured in M NaCl, which has the same ionic strength as seawater of 33%, salinity. It wasCited by: The apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid were determined in artificial seawater over the ranges of temperature and salinity normally encountered in the ocean.

These apparent dissociation constants were also measured in m NaCl, which has the same ionic strength as seawater of 33‰ by: The apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid were determined in artificial seawater over the ranges of temperature and salinity normally encountered in the ocean.

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Analytics × Add to Cited by: shifts in mineral-seawater equilibria that may occur when sedi­ ments are brought to different temperatures and pressures in the laboratory. The apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid in seawater, needed for the study of the formation of apatites and phosphorites, were determined by Kester and Pytkowicz (28).

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). The apparent dissociation constants of carbonic acid in seawater were determined as functions of temperature (2–35°C) and salinity (19–43‰) at atmospheric pressure by measurement of K’x and the product K' K'2.

At 35%° salinity and 25°C the measured values were pK′ 1 = and pK′ 2 = ; at 35‰ and 2°C the measured values were pK′ 1 = and pK′ 2 = Ka is known as the dissociation constant of an acid and characterizes its acid strength.

Strong acids have large dissoci-ation constants while those of weak acids are much smaller. Previously, Kester and Pytkowicz () determined the apparent dis- sociation constants of phosphoric acid in artificial seawater of salinities between 30 and 36 ~o and in the temperature range Atlas et al.

() investigated metal--phosphate complexation in different media at the iomc strength of seawater and a temperature of Cited by: Values of the ionization functions and of carbonic acid, valid in natural seawater, have been determined at 22 °C, at 1 atm and at bars together with the apparent dissociation constants.

The determination of the tertiary dissociation constant of phosphoric acid Isaac Newton Kugelmass The Department of Pediatric Research, The Fifth Avenue Hospital, New YorkCited by: 8.

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CONSTANTS OF PHOSPHORIC ACID IN SEAWATER Abstract approved (Major Professor) The three apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid, K, K, and K, relate the hydrogen ion activity to the molar concen-trations of H3PO4, H2 PO4, HPO, and PO.

These apparent dissociation constants must be known in seawater before the chemis Kester DR, Pytkowicz RM () Determination of the apparent dissociation constants of phosphoric acid in seawater.

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The dissociation of phosphoric acid. Marine Chemistry. /(79) Abstract Website. the week acid HA gives: > @ > A @ HA pK a pH log (5) where: pK a value is alternative measure of the acid strength (acids with pK a > 2 are labelled as week acids) - terms in the brackets represent the equilibrium concentrations.

The measurement of the pH of a solution is the key to the determination of the strengths of acids and bases. Thermodynamics of sulphuric acid: apparent and partial molar heat capacities and volumes of aqueous HSO–4 from 10–55 °C and calculation of the second dissociation constant to °C.

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What is the pH of a M aqueous solution of phosphoric acid. The apparent dissociation constants of galactosephosphoric acid. Kosterlitz Synthetic galactosephosphoric acid. Biochem J. Jul; 33 (7)– [PMC free article] Articles from Biochemical Journal are provided here courtesy of The Biochemical by: 3.

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