pH and pOH
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- Find the concentration of acidic and basic solutions when given from the pH.
- A solution of HCl, a strong acid, has a pH of 1.74. What is the H3O+(aq) concentration of this solution? Give your answer to three significant figures.
- A solution of potassium hydroxide, KOH, has a pH of 12.89. Find the concentration of OH-(aq) ions in this solution. Give your answer to three significant figures.