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Solution: Which of the following statements is true about an acidic solution at 25  oC i. [H3O+] > [OH – ] ii. pH > 7 iii. [H3O+][OH – ] = 1.0 X 10 -14 A. i only B. iii only C. i and ii D. i and iii E. ii and iii

Problem

Which of the following statements is true about an acidic solution at 25  oC

i. [H3O+] > [OH – ]
ii. pH > 7
iii. [H3O+][OH  ] = 1.0 X 10 -14

A. i only
B. iii only
C. i and ii
D. i and iii
E. ii and iii