Chemistry
posted by Kishwa .
Can someone please explain how to convert this, sadly I was absent the day we figured out how to do this in class.
(H+1) pH (OH1) pOH
M M
2.5
2.5x10^5
5.2x10^2
5.2
These are the only answers given, I have to calculate the rest from them.
Ive been looking it up a lot online, with some help but I'm still a little confused.
I don't know if there's an order you have to follow or what.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you!

Im not sure how to edit and it didn't line up right, so Im just going to write it out.
I have to figure the following from the one answer.
(H+1) M, pH, (OH1)M, pOH
H+1 = 2.5x10^5 = need pH, OH1 and pOH
pH = 2.5 > need H+1, OH1 and pOH
OH1 = 5.2x10^2 > need, H+1, pH and pOH
pOH = 5.2 > need H+1, pH and OH1 
Disregard. I figured it out on my own.. :)
But, if anyone has a problem like this I found a really nice diagram on how to calculate. Just go to google and search for "pH problem solving diagram" 
Sorry I missed you but glad to figured it out.

Thank you for the response, I understand being busy, no need to be sorry. I'm glad I could figure it out with out help. :)

Good work.
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