how do you solve for a problem where they ask you to identify an unknown salt (they give you three choices) when you are given the pH and the Molarity.

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  1. It would be easier if you posted the problem In general, however, you will know if it is a monobasic acid, dibasic, etc.
    So you Use the hydrolysis of the salt and the Ka or Kb they give youand solve the molar mass.

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