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Calculate [H3O ], [ClO4–], and [OH–] in an aqueous solution that is 0.130 M in HClO4(aq) at 25 °C.

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    ClO4= 1.30M
    H30=1.30
    OH=1E-14/1.30

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    [H+]=
    [ClO4-]=
    [OH-]=

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