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Calculate the concentration of hydroxide ions in an acidic solution with pH of 4.47.

a. 3.39 x 10-5 M

b. 0 M

c. 2.95 x 104 M

d. 1 x 10-14 M

e. 2.95 x 10-10 M


We’re being asked to calculate for the [OH-] of a solution in which the pH  is 4.47

The pH and pOH of a compound determine its acidity and basicity.

The relationship between pH and pOH is connected by the following equation:


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