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posted by ray .
Calculate the hydrogen ion concentration of a 2.30×10^1 M solution of the strong base RbOH. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.
would the answer just be 2.30E1 because the hydrogen ion will dissociate completely?? help appreciated thanks

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DrBob222
Yes, you are correct.
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