At ph7 what are the relative concentrations of H+ and O-

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At ph7 what are the relative concentrations of H+ and O-

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    Answer:

    [H^+]=[OH^-]=1.0x10^{-7}M

    Explanation:

    Hello there!

    In this case, according to the given information, it turns out possible for us to calculate the relative concentrations by using the following equations:

    pH+pOH=14\\\\pH=-log([H^+])\\\\pOH=-log([OH^-])

    Thus, we realize that both pH and pOH are the same, 7, so that the concentration of H⁺ and OH⁻ are virtually the same, and can be calculated as follows:

    [H^+]=[OH^-]=10^{-7}=1.0x10^{-7}M

    Regards!

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