Why is Ka2 is less than …

Why is Ka2 is less than ka1 for H2SO4 in water ❓❔
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Anu Deepshikha 1 year, 10 months ago

H2SO4 IS A VERY STRONG ACID IN WATER MAINLY BECAUSE ITS FIRST IONIZATION TI H3O+ AND HSO4- IS LARGE. THE IONIZATION HSO4-TO H3O AND SO4 2- IS VERY VERY SMALL

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