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Homework Help: Chem II

Posted by Ken on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at 4:22pm.

A 0.10 M HF solution is 8.4% ionized. Calculate the H^+ ion concentration. The "8.4% ionized" is throwing me. This is my line of thinking.

For every mole HF disolved yeilds one mole of H^+. Since there is 0.10 M HF and the solution is 8.4% ionized = 0.84 M. Is this correct?

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