# What is #K_a# of #"ZnCl"_2# ?

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I know its small but what is the exact . Tell me the source too

I know its small but what is the exact . Tell me the source too

bilbo.chm.uri.edu/CHM112/tables/KaTable.htm

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The Ka is nearly

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The same answer can be obtained by using the ICE table to solve this.

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The Ka of ZnCl2 is not applicable because it is a salt formed from a strong acid (HCl) and a strong base (Zn(OH)2), resulting in a neutral solution. Therefore, it does not undergo significant dissociation in water, and thus, it does not have a Ka value.

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