Does anybody know of any useful study tools for understanding pKa and pH. I know the basics, but have a lot of trouble applying my knowledge to some of the unified paper questions.
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- 10-11-2017 21:35
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- 12-11-2017 23:16
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- 13-11-2017 08:22
dr boes chemistry notes are relly good for calulation and so it the jim clark book