Problem: What is the pH at 25°C of a 0.2 M solution of the acid HClO which has an ionization constant of 3.5 × 10−8?1. 3.9892. 3.9753. 4.2074. 3.8975. 3.9626. 3.9447. 4.0778. 4.1889. 4.15510. 4.113

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What is the pH at 25°C of a 0.2 M solution of the acid HClO which has an ionization constant of 3.5 × 10−8?

1. 3.989

2. 3.975

3. 4.207

4. 3.897

5. 3.962

6. 3.944

7. 4.077

8. 4.188

9. 4.155

10. 4.113

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