# Chemistry

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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 (OH-1) 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!

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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, (OH-1)M, pOH

H+1 = 2.5x10^-5 = need pH, OH-1 and pOH

pH = 2.5 --> need H+1, OH-1 and pOH

OH-1 = 5.2x10^-2 --> need, H+1, pH and pOH

pOH = 5.2 --> need H+1, pH and OH-1

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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"

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Sorry I missed you but glad to figured it out.

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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. :)

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Good work.

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