Chemistry

Consider a solution containing 0.100M fluroide ions and 0.126M hydrogen fluroide. Calculate the concentration of fluoride ions after the addition of 5.00ml of 0.100M HCl to 25.0ml of this solution.

a description as to how to get to the answer would be appreciated

Use the Henderson-Hasslebalch equation.

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