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22 October, 01:11

Which of the following is true?

a. A neutral solution contains [H₂O] = [H₃O⁺]

b. A neutral solution does not contain any H₃O⁺ or OH⁻

c. An acidic solution has [H₃O⁺] > [OH⁻]

d. A basic solution does not contain H₃O⁺

e. All statements are false

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  1. 22 October, 01:27
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    The answer is C because acidic solutions contain higher concentrations of H3O than OH
  2. 22 October, 03:01
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    Answer: The true answer is E.

    Explanation: It's the correct answer because

    A. It's false because a neutral solution contains the same concentration of acid and base. In this ecuation doesn't have the acid which react with the water to produce H3O+

    For example: HCl + H2O = Cl - + H3O+

    B. A neutral solution must contain H3O + or OH - in equal concentrations to equilibrate the way

    C. An acidic solution has [OH-] > [H3O+], the negative charge from OH - in high concentrations is which provide acidic solution.

    D. A basic solution does contain H3O+, in high concentrations than acidic solutions.
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