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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsChemistry · 1 decade ago

Is the neutralization of a strong acid, for example, HCL, with a weak base, for example NaHCO3, the solution ?

The solution that is produced is

A. neutral

B. slightly acidic

C. Slightly base

D. could be acidic or base

2. The [H3O+] in a solution is 1 X 10^-9 M

A. pOH = 5

B. [OH-] < 1 X 10 ^-7 M

C. THE SOLUTION IS ACIDIC

D. ALL THE ABOVE

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  • 1 decade ago
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    1) B

    the solution will ne slightly acidic(a)...take for example aluminum sulfate(whose pH is around 3). we can think of it as a product of neutralization of strong acid(sulfuric acid) and weak base(aluminum hydroxide)

    2) A

    pOH+pH=14

    pH=9

    pOH=14-9=5

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