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Posted by chemdummy on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 9:13am.

What relationship exists between H^+ ion concentration and OH^- ion concentration? Waht is the OH^- concentration of an aqueous solution with the H^+ concentration of 10^-4M. Calculate the pOH? Need help with this pls. thank you.

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