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If a solution is 0.25 M KOH...how can i figure out the hydronium concentration and hydroxide concentration?

i'm confused..because isn't this a salt?

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    In solution it would separate into ions. As this is a strong base it would be fully dissociated in solution i.e K+ ions and OH- ions.

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