# chimestry

150 ml of 0.4m nitric acid reacts with 100 ml 0.3m mg(oh)2. calculate the ph as poh of the solution after completion of the reaction.
2hno3+mg(oh)2-->mg(no3)2+2h2o

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1. What do you not understand about this? The pH is that of a salt of a strong base/strong acid.

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