Practice: Calculate [H^{+}] in a solution given that [OH^{-}] is 1.0 x 10^{-10} M.

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Practice: Calculate [H^{+}] in a solution given that [OH^{-}] is 1.0 x 10^{-10} M.

Practice: Calculate [OH^{-}] in a solution given that [H^{+}] is 1.0 x 10^{-11.8} M.

Practice: Which of the following ions is likely to diffuse the most rapidly in biological systems?

Practice: The magnitude of K_{w} indicates that _________________.

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Concept #1: Water Autoionization

Concept #2: Ion Constant of Water (Kw)

Practice #1: Autoionization of Water Practice 1

Practice #2: Autoionization of Water Practice 2

Concept #3: Proton Hopping

Practice #3: Autoionization of Water Practice 3

Practice #4: Autoionization of Water Practice 4

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