FIND THE ANSWERS

What is the [H3o+] of a solution with a pOH of 11.15?

Answer this question

Do you know the correct answer? Make money answering questions! Join now.
  • What is the [H3o+] of a solution with a pOH of 11.15?


Answers

pH = 11.15. The solution using the pOH form is left to you, gentle reader. c) two points. HCl must be added. 5.25 x 10¯4 = [(0.0833 + x) (0.0010)] / (0 ...
Read more
Positive: 36 %
A solution has a pOH of 8.7 so what is ... A solution has a pOH of 8.7 so what is the pH of the solution? ... Follow; Report; by layla1 11/15/2014. Log in ...
Read more
Positive: 33 %

More resources

... and Amphoteric Oxides 11.4 Proton Exchange Between Water Molecules 11.5 The pH Scale 11.6 The pOH of Solutions 11.7 ... Acid Solution 11.15 ...
Read more
Positive: 36 %
... a Polyprotic Acid Solution 11.15 Solutions of ... and Bases/Solubility and complex ion ... Scale 11.6 The pOH of Solutions 11.7 Acidity ...
Read more
Positive: 31 %
Acid Base Equilibria ... For a weak acid the concentration of ions in solution is determined by the acid ... 11/15/2010 3:02:13 PM ...
Read more
Positive: 17 %
Calculate the pOH of the solutions listed in question 7. Determine [H +] and [OH ... pH = 11.15 pH = −0.95 pOH = 6.21 pOH ...
Read more
Positive: 10 %

Show more results

Anonymous21815
Login to your account
Create new account