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The molecular scene depicts the relative concentrations of H 3O+ (purple) and OH (green) in an aqueous solution at 25°C. (Counter ions and solvent molecules are omitted for clarity.)
(b) How many H3O+ ions would you have to draw for every OH − ion to depict a solution of pH 4?
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