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Chapter 17, Problem 19CR
Textbook Problem

. For each of the following, calculate the indicated quantity.
a. [ OH - ] = 2.11 × 10 4 M , [ H + ] = ?

b. [ OH - ] = 7.34 × 10 6 M , pH = ?

c. [ OH - ] = 9.81 × 10 8 M , pOH = ?

d. pH = 9.32 , pOH = ?

e. [ H + ] = 5.87 × 10 11 M , pH = ?

f. pH = 5.83 , [ H + ] = ?

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