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We’re being asked to calculate the pH of a solution that is of 3.65% KOH by mass. Assume that the solution has density of 1.01 g/mL.
KOH is a strong base.
Remember that strong bases completely dissociate in water and that bases accept H+ from the acid (water in this case).
The dissociation of KOH is as follows:
KOH (aq) ⇌ K+ (aq) + OH-(aq)
For strong base, an ICE table is not necessary because it can be assumed that all of the acid or base will dissociate.
The concentration of the strong base is the same as its dissociated particles.
Determine the pH of a solution that is 3.65% KOH by mass. Assume that the solution has density of 1.01 g / mL.
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