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a chemist titrates 70 ml of .7889M HClO solution with .6221M KOH. calculate pH at equivalence. pKa of HClO is 7.50


I am getting pH of 17.72

Is that right?

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asked by osp
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    Show your work and I'll find the error. The pH should be somewhere in the pH range of 8 or 9.

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