Problem: In an acidic solution, how does the concentration of hydronium ions compare to the concentration of hydroxide ions?a) Hydronium ion is greater than hydroxide ion.b) There is not enough information to tell.c) They are equal.d) Hydronium ion is less than hydroxide ion.

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Recall: Hydronium ions (H+ or H3O+) are acidic ions while hydroxide ions (OH) are basic ions.

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In an acidic solution, how does the concentration of hydronium ions compare to the concentration of hydroxide ions?

a) Hydronium ion is greater than hydroxide ion.

b) There is not enough information to tell.

c) They are equal.

d) Hydronium ion is less than hydroxide ion.

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