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the molality of hydroxide ions in a solution prepared from 9.16 g of barium hydroxide dissolved in 179 g of water

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    Convert 9.16 g Ba(OH)2 to moles.
    There are two OH^- per mole Ba(OH)2; therefore, moles Ba(OH)2 x 2 = moles OH^-
    Then moles OH^-/kg water = m of OH^-

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