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Calculate The Concentration of Oh- Ions in Solution When [H+] = 6.2 X 10-2l Mol L-1 - Chemistry (Theory)

Calculate the concentration of OH- ions in solution when [H+] = 6.2 x 10-2L mol L-1.

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Solution

`[H^+] = 6.2 xx 10^(-2) mol L^(-1)`

`[H^+] xx [OH^(-)] = 10^(-14)`

NOw putting the vlaue of `[H^+]`

`[OH^(-)] = (10^(-14))/(6.2 xx 10^(-2))`

`[OH^(-)] = 1.61 xx 10^(-13) mol L^(-1)`

Concept: Chemical Kinetics - Effect of Concentration of Reactants on the Rate of a Reaction
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