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    A 0.1mol/L aqueous solution of weak monoprotic acid (contains one ionizable hydrogen atom) has a hydrogen ion concentration of 0.001mol/L. The value of the ionization, Ka, for this acid is:

    a) 10^-5 (10 to the power of -5)
    b) 10^-2 (10 to the power of -2)

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