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We’re being asked to calculate pOH for 0.348 M Ba(OH)2 solution.
Let’s first determine what type of base is Ba(OH)2:
• Any Group 2A metal (from Ca2+ to Ba2+) when combined with OH-, H-, O2- or NH2- makes a strong base
• Ba (Group 2A metal) is paired with OH-
• Ba(OH)2 → strong base
Determine the pOH of a 0.348 M Ba(OH)2 solution at 25°C.
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