What is the pH of a solution with [OH-] = 2.6 × 10^-3 M? A. 5.95 B. 2.59 C. 8.05 D. 11.41

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What is the pH of a solution with [OH-] = 2.6 × 10^-3 M? A. 5.95 B. 2.59 C. 8.05 D. 11.41

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pOH = - log [OH-] pH = 14 - pOH did you get pOH?
@JFraser It's C right?
it's not C

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I mean A, not C. It's A right?
nope
Are you sure?
do what @peachpi is saying i'm very sure
find the pOH using the [OH-] concentration
Hmm. I didn't get any of the answer choices. I got 16.35 when I did that :/
Closest answer to that is D...so is D the answer?
you're not even doing the right math, because it's a 2 step process
find the -log(0.0026)
that's the pOH
Okay thank you.
what do you get?

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