General chem Q

nze82

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    Hi,

    little k represents: Kw, Ka, Kb, Ksp, yes?

    Thanks in advance
    k usually represents some kind of constant:

    *Rate = k[A]^x^Y...Here, k is the reaction rate constant.

    *kw = [H+][OH-]...Here, k is the dissociation constant for water.

    *ka = [H+][A-]/[HA]...Here, k is the dissociation constant for acid.

    *kb = [OH]/[BOH]...Here, k is the dissociation constant for base.

    *Ksb...Here, k is the solution equilibrium constant.
     
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