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The acid dissociation constant Ka equals 1.26 × 10–2 for HSO4 and is 5.6 × 10–10 for NH4+. Which statement about the following equilibrium is correct?

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▸ The reactants will be favored because ammonia is a stronger base than the sulfate anion.

▸ The products will be favored because the hydrogen sulfate ion is a stronger acid than the ammonium ion.

▸ Neither reactants nor products will be favored because all of the species are weak acids or bases.

▸ The initial concentrations of the hydrogen sulfate ion and ammonia must be known before any prediction can be made.

▸ This reaction is impossible to predict, since the strong acid and the weak base appear on the same side of the equation.
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