Determine the [OH−] in a 0.42 M solution of HClO4

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  1. Perchloric acid is completely inoinzed in water, so H+=.42M

    but conc H+ and OH-= 10^-14, so OH concentration= 10^-14/.42= you do it, pretty small.

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