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Solution: For a solution with an [OH −] of 10−8 M, what would be the value of [H +] , pH and pOH, respectively? 1. 10−14 M, 6, 8 2. 10−6 M, 6, 8 3. 10−6 M, 8, 6 4. 106 M, 6, 8 5. 10−6 M, 6, 14 6. 10−14 M,

Problem

For a solution with an [OH ] of 10−8 M, what would be the value of [H +] , pH and pOH, respectively?

1. 10−14 M, 6, 8

2. 10−6 M, 6, 8

3. 10−6 M, 8, 6

4. 106 M, 6, 8

5. 10−6 M, 6, 14

6. 10−14 M, 8, 6