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18.1.6 Find relative strengths of acids and bases using Ka, Kb, pKa and pKb IB Chemistry HL

The weakest acid has the highest pKa and therefore the lowest Ka. The weakest base has the highest pKb and the lowest Kb.pKa = -log Ka so Ka=10^-pKa
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