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Each value below represents a different aqueous solution at 25 °C. Classify each solution as acidic, basic, or neutral.
pH=9.72
pOH=4.69
pOH=13.62
[H+]=7.5e-2
[H+]=7.8e-9
[H+]=1e-7
[OH-]=4.5e-12
[OH-]=3.5e-5
pH=4.09
pOH=7

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    pH>7 = basic
    pH<7 = acid
    pH = 7 = neutral

    H^+ < 1E-7 = acid
    H^+ > 1E-7 = basic
    H^+ = 1E-7 = neutral

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