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Complete this table of values for three aqueous solutions at 25 degrees Celsius. Solution A:...

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Complete this table of values for three aqueous solutions at 25 degrees Celsius.

Solution A: Given 0.000089 M H+, =............. OH^+, =........... pH

Solution B:= ............... H+, Given 0.00077 M OH^+, =........... pH

solution c: = ............... H+, =................. OH^+, Given 12.45 pH

pH Calculation:

pH or power of hydrogen indicates the acidity and basicity of a solution. At 25 degrees Celsius, solutions of pH < 7 is considered acidic; pH > 7 is considered basic and pH = 7 is neutral.

Answer and Explanation:

Solution A: Given 0.000089 M {eq}[H^+] {/eq}

  • {eq}[OH^-]=\frac{1 \times 10^{-14} }{[H^+]}=\frac{1 \times 10^{-14} }{[0.000089 \:M]}=1.1\times...

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