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    What is the pOH of a solution with pH is measured to be 6.4. I have no content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by euclid2 View Post
    What is the pOH of a solution with pH is measured to be 6.4. I have no content.
    This is a very simple problem, knowing the value of 14 on the pH scale is the value you need.

    pH + pOH = 14

    pOH = 14 - pH

    = 14 - 6.4

    = 7.6

    \therefore The pOH is 7.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMasterMind View Post
    This is a very simple problem, knowing the value of 14 on the pH scale is the value you need.

    pH + pOH = 14

    pOH = 14 - pH

    = 14 - 6.4

    = 7.6

    \therefore The pOH is 7.6
    That was extremely simple. I was unsure what value to use, having no content. Thanks.
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