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Secondary V • 1yr.
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How would one solve part B?

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    Team Alloprof • 1yr.

    Hi CalmSwan,

    Thanks for your question!

    Since I suppose you have done part A, you should know the concentration of the acid. The acid being NaOH, 1 mol of this acid equals to 1 mol of H+ ions.

    The pH formula is the following:

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    You can thus calculate the pH value knowing the [H+] value.

    Finally, to find the pOH, you just need to use this formula:

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    Don't hesitate to reach out again if needed:)

    Kylan

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