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Calculate [H+], [OH-] & ph of strong acids strong base.

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  1. The question is too general.
    Strong acids and strong bases ionize 100%; therefore, the H^+ of HCl, HNO3, HClO4, etc is just (HCl), (HClO4), (HNO3), etc.
    Same for bases. The (OH^-) of KOH is just (KOH).

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