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Solution: If additional OH- is added to a sample of pure water, which of the following statements is incorrect?   a. The equilibrium position shifts to the left. b. The solution becomes more basic.  c. The [H3O+] remains unchanged. d. The [OH-] > [H3O+]. e. The amount of non-ionized H2O increases.  

Problem

If additional OH- is added to a sample of pure water, which of the following statements is incorrect?

 

a. The equilibrium position shifts to the left.

b. The solution becomes more basic. 

c. The [H3O+] remains unchanged.

d. The [OH-] > [H3O+].

e. The amount of non-ionized H2O increases.