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  1. UnbelievableDreams
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    Determine the molar concentration of each ion present in the solutions that result from each of the following mixtures: (Disregard the concentration of H+ and OH- from water and assume that volumes are additive.) 61.9 mL of 0.25 M HCl and 66.0 mL of 1.90 M HCl a) _____ M H+ b) _____ M Cl-

  2. taramgrant0543664
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    This is what I am thinking to be true but I am not certain with this. So HCl disassociates into H+ and Cl- HCl--> H+ +Cl- If I have 1M of HCl and it dissociates it makes 1M of H+ and 1M of Cl- So therefore if I have 0.25moles of HCl and it dissociates I should have 0.25M of H+ and 0.25M of Cl- The time it would differ if the stoichiometric coefficients are different from one another.

  3. UnbelievableDreams
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    I am so confused.

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