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Posted by Jazmin on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 3:03am.

(10 Points) A water initially contains 50 mg/L of Mg
2+
The pH of the water is increased .
until the concentration of hydroxide ion is 0.0005 M. Calculate the concentration (mg/L)
of magnesium ion in this water at this pH. Assume that the temperature of the solution
is 25˚C

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