So, I’m sorry I forgot to put in the Ka of hypochlorous acid. It is 3.5×10−8 which seems like such a small number that it doesn’t matter much! I’m sorry I forgot to put in the Ka of hypochlorous acid. It is just a small number that doesn’t matter much! So, I’m sorry I forgot to put in the Ka of hypochlorous acid.

It is just a small number that doesn’t matter much! So, I’m sorry I forgot to put in the Ka of hypochlorous acid. It is just a small number that doesn’t matter much! Ka = ~~K_a~~ -small number that doesn’t matter much! the solution should be around pH 13.50 because it gets more basic as we go from left to right on the periodic table like NaOH and Ca(OH) . But, this problem would have been solved if I had included the Ka value for hocl which is really important according to my professor who graded me down 20 points when she saw my work (I am not sure why all of these problems keep happening). The KA value for hocl was