Problem: In the titration of acetic acid (CH 3COOH) with NaOH, when one-half of the acetic acid has been titrated (to the half-equivalence point), the two (2) species present at equal concentrations are _________.a. H+ and OH-b. Na+ and OH-c. CH3COOH and H+d. CH3COO- and CH3COOHe. CH3COO- and H+

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In the titration of acetic acid (CH 3COOH) with NaOH, when one-half of the acetic acid has been titrated (to the half-equivalence point), the two (2) species present at equal concentrations are _________.

a. H+ and OH-

b. Na+ and OH-

c. CH3COOH and H+

d. CH3COO- and CH3COOH

e. CH3COO- and H+

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