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Homework Help: Chemistry-Common ions

Posted by matt on Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 4:10pm.

c=Calculate the OH- conc in a solution containing 6.2x10(-3)M Ba(OH)2 and 1.00x10(-2)M BaCl2?

I thought of using the BaCl2 conc to find the conc of Ba initially, then use that in the ice table for Ba(OH)2, and solve for OH. But i dnot think that's right.
Help? :/

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