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1.a solution that is 6.5×10−2M in potassium propionate C_2 H_5 COOK or KC_3 H_5 O_2 and 8.5×10−2M in propionic acid C_2 H_5 COOH or HC_3 H_5 O_2

what is the ph?

2.a solution that is 8.0×10−2M in trimethylamine, CH_3 _3 N, and 0.10M in trimethylammonium chloride, CH_3 _3 NHCl

What is the ph?

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