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What is ha in chemistry?

Cajous

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Jun 16, 2020
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What is HA and the difference between HA, H+ and A-?

Any definition will be helpful.
 

medstudent

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Jun 1, 2020
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HA is the acid - a proton and its conjugate base, H+ is the proton released when the acid dissociates in water (can also be written as H3O+, the hydroxonium ion) while A- is the conjugate base.
 

Centrino

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Jul 29, 2020
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  • HA = undissociated acid molecule like CH3COOH
  • H+ = short hand for H3O+
  • A- = conjugate base of HA
 

Cajous

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Jun 16, 2020
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Oh thanks guys!! I was having problem with differentiating what they really are, but using them with calculations isn't a problem for me.
 

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