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Calculate the hydrogenion concentration [H+] for the aqueous solution in which [OH–] is 1 x 10–11 mol/L. Is this solution acididc, basic, or neutral? Show your work
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Please Help?? I give medals!!! And a fan! Calculate the hydrogenion concentration [H+] for the aqueous solution in which [OH–] is 1 x 10–11 mol/L. Is this solution acididc, basic, or neutral? Show your work
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the H+ and OH concentrations are always linked by the relationship; \[[H^{+1}]*[OH^{1}] = 1.0*10^{14}\] knowing either H+ or OH concentration allows us to find the other.
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