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- anonymous

is it the first one ??
Given a solution with a pOH of 13.6, what is the [OH-] of the solution?
13.6 M
2.51 x 10-14 M
0.4 M
3.98 x 10-1 M

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- JFraser

the relationship between [OH] and pOH is the same as the relationship between [H+] and pH\[pOH = -\log[OH^{-1}]\]and\[[OH^{-1}] = 10^{-pOH}\]

- anonymous

so is it the first one cause they are the same? @JFraser

- JFraser

if the concentration were the same thing as the pOH, there would be no need for both of them. They are not the same, the answer is not the first one

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- anonymous

the last one ?

- anonymous

actually I think its .4

- anonymous

@JFraser ??

- JFraser

get a calculator and plug it in, there's no need to guess

- anonymous

i did it got .4

- JFraser

then you did it wrong

- JFraser

\[10^{-13.6}\] should be a whole lot smaller than 0.4

- anonymous

then it is the last one @JFraser

- JFraser

it's not the last one either

- JFraser

\(10^{-13.6}\) is incredibly small

- anonymous

its the second

- JFraser

it is, but you need to know how to calculate logarithm and antilog functions to properly calculate pH, pOH, [H+] and [OH-] concenrations

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