The equilibrium constants for amino acids are given in terms of succesive ionization constants of the protonated form f

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Q 2683423347.     The equilibrium constants for amino acids are given in terms of succesive ionization constants of the
protonated form for example, equilibrium constants for Glycine `(NH_2CH_2COOH)` are `K_(a_1) = 5 xx 10^-3` M
and `K_(a_2) = 2 xx 10^-10` M. What will be the pH at the lso electric point for this am in? acid and pH of 0.02 M
protonated Glycine in pure water respectively [Take `log 2 = 0.30`]

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