Will an acid-base reaction with an equilibrium lying to the right place if Na(+) A(-)is added to HB?
(HB has a pka = 10):if it's needed to answer the question.
If you have an equilibrium...
HB(aq) <==> H+(aq) + B-(aq)
And the Ka = 10^(-10).... because pKa = 10
NaA is the salt of a weak acid (I assume!), so NaA is a weak base.
If you add a weak base to the reaction ...
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