One way to answer this question is to find the neutral pH for whatever temp this is . Then compare the stated pH with neutral . If the stated pH >...
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2. One way to answer this question is to find the neutral pH for whatever temp this is. Then compare the stated pH with neutral.

If the stated pH > neutral pH, then solution is alkaline (basic.) If stated pH is less than neutral then solution is acidic. (d) is wrong, because the ion product at this temp is greater than the ion product at 25 oC. Therefore MORE ionization has occurred.(e) is wrong because the pH of the neutral point can be determined and we can compare the present pH with that neutral point as described above.
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