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13 of 25 Review | Constants Periodic Ta Part A 9.00x10- mol of HBr are dissolved in water to make 13.0 L of solution. What is
HW11 Chapter 11 Homework Problem 12 Part B A solution has (H30*) = 2.0x10-6 M. Use the ion product constant of water K = [H3O
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