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1.Using the ion HPO42- , write the equation (with OH-or H3O+ ) showing

the HPO42- ion acting as a Brønsted-Lowry acid (you do not need to determine the state of each reactant or product).

2.At 40oC a solution has a Kw of 1.6 x10 - 14. What is the pOH of this neutral solution

3.The pH of a solution is 6.20. Find the Hydroxide Concentration [OH-] of the solution molarity.

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