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Calculate the concentrations of H3O+ and OH- ions in a 0.25 M HClO4 solution.

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    HClO4 is 100% ionized; therefore, the (HCO4) = 0.25M which makes the H3O^+ = 0.25. You can obtain OH^- from Kw/(H3O^).

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