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1) Determination of pKa:

A A

A A A

0

log

1 A

1 B

1 A

0

1 B

1 A

1 B

pH pK a

1 A

594[nm]

dm 3

mol cm

A 58.21 103

dm 3

mol cm

B 0.00

T 294 .95K

AA0 0.936

AB0 0.010

A 0.310

dA 0.001

pH 6.07

dpH 0.01

pK a

log

58 .21 10 3 0 0.936 0.310 0.010 58 .21 10 3 6.07 5.7437

dpK A

pK a

pK a

dpH

dA

pH

A

pK a

1

pH

pK a 1 A 1 B A0 1 A A1 A 0 1 B 1 A

1

0

A

ln 10

A1 A 1 B 1 A

1 A 1 A 1 B A0 1 A A1 A0 1 B 1 A 1 A A1 A 0 1 B 1 A

1 A

1 B A 0 1 A A1 A 0 1 B 1 A

pK a

58.21 10 3 0 0.936 0.310 0.010 58.21 10 3

1

3

A

ln 10

0.310 0.010 58.21 10

58.21 10 3 58.21 10 3 0 0.936 0.310 0.010 58.21 10 3 58.21 10 3 0.310 0.010 58.21 10 3

58.21 10

3 2

pK a

2155025008 1016521230

0.9207043016

2.130501232

A

1370595905

Result table:

No.

pH

pKa

1

2

3

4

5

Average:

dpKa

6.07

6.37

6.63

6.91

7.06

5.7437

6.3589

6.8738

7.3996

7.6923

6.61

6.8136

pK A 6.8136 0.0123

2) Graphical method:

y ax b

A A

A A A

0

x log

y pH

b pK A

a 1

1 A

1 B

1 A

0

1 B

1 A

1 B

1 A

0.0121

0.0119

0.0120

0.0125

0.0130

0.0123

n

i 1

y

i 1

x

i

i 1

i 1

yi

xy

Then b coefficient (intercept point) is: b y a x , and its standard dev is given by:

Sb

a2 x 2 x

2a xy x y y

n2

No.

1

2

3

4

5

Average:

-log(...) (x)

pH (y)

x

0.3263

6.07

0.0111

6.37

-0.2438

6.63

-0.4896

6.91

-0.6323

7.06

-0.2056

6.6080

y

0.1065

0.0001

0.0594

0.2397

0.3998

0.1611

xy

36.8449

40.5769

43.9569

47.7481

49.8436

43.7941

1.9809

0.0709

-1.6162

-3.3830

-4.4638

-1.4822

dpK A S B

12 [0.1611 (0.2056) 2 2 1 [(1.4822) (0.2056) 6.6080] [43.7941 (6.6080) 2 ]

52

0.40598

pK A 6.8136 0.4060

b) We will apply linear regression to our computational result table using excel:

a

Coefficient

Standard dev.

pK A 6.3944 0.0086

Results:

Computational method:

pK A 6.8136 0.0123

Graphical method:

a)

b)

pK A 6.8136 0.4060

pK A 6.3944 0.0086

b

-1.0389

0.0214

6.3944

0.0086

Conclusions:

As we can see, results are quite similar. We can treat them as correct.

However during calculation, we notice that calculated pKa values vary with pH,

which is not correct. K value depends practically only on temperature (or in case

of gaseous reactants, also on pressure).

pH versus -log(...)

7.20

7.00

pH

6.80

pH

Regression

Linear (pH)

6.60

6.40

y = -1.039x + 6.3944

6.20

-0.8000

-0.6000

-0.4000

-0.2000

-log(...)

6.00

0.0000

0.2000

0.4000

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