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Posted by Devon on Tuesday, June 5, 2007 at 6:04pm.

thank you!

What is the molar concentration of hydroxide ions in a solution with a pH of 6?

Find the concentration of H ions first..

[H+]= antilog -ph

Then, find [OH-]

[OH-]= 1*10^-14/[H+]

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