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A solution of 0.110 M KOH (34.9 mL) is mixed with 35.7 mL of 0.105 M HNO3. Assuming that the
final volume is the sum of the initial volumes, calculate:
(a) the molarity of the K+ cation
(b) the molarity of the NO3
 anion
(c) the pH of the final solution
(d) the pOH of the final solution
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A solution of 0.110 M KOH (34.9 mL) is mixed with 35.7 mL of 0.105 M HNO3. Assuming that the final volume is the sum of the initial volumes, calculate: (a) the molarity of the K+ cation (b) the molarity of the NO3  anion (c) the pH of the final solution (d) the pOH of the final solution
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