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Foe Fe(OH)2, Ksp=8 x 10^-16. What is the molar concentration of OH- in a saturated Fe(OH)2 solution?

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  1. let x be the conc of the Fe ions

    Ksp= x*(2x)^2
    solve for x.
    then the OH is 2x

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