- Predominance diagram
A predominance diagram shows the predominance species that is present in solution at a given "p"H.
A predominance diagram for a
weak acidor weak basewill include a crossover "p"H which is the "p"Ka.
It is often used in corrosion to understanding when a particular type of ion/metal/etc will be more favourable to form under a certain pH and E(V) condition(s)
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