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I am answering more to the second part of your question as to why Ammonium is not considered a titrable acid. The pKa of Ammonium is approximately 9.25. By definition the titrable acidity of a solution is the amount of base (NaOH) that is required to neutralize the solution. On being neutralised the pH of the solution becomes 7 (neutral pH). For ...


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