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The average pH of precipitation in rural areas is 5.70. Assuming that the pH is controlled by the carbonate system, i.e., no anthropogenic acid gases are present in the atmosphere, calculate the amount of calcium carbonate (mg) dissolved per liter of rainwater. pKa1=6.33, KCO2=3.388e-02

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The CO2 in the air will dissolve in the rain to form H2CO3, which then ...

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