196 mg of sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is added to 1 mL of water that is in contact with air.Calculate the resulting pH. Tip: do not neglect the CO2 that is dissolved in water from the air, and make sure you explain/justify any assumptions you make. Atomic weights: S-32,C-12, O-16, H-1. K1(bisulfate) = 10^3; K2(sulfate) = 10^-2; K1(bicarbonate) = 10^-6; K2(carbonate) = 10^-11.
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