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    Concentration of [H+] ions in a solution

    Hey guys, just a quick question: If you have a solution of nitric acid, and if you were asked to find the concentration of H+ ions in the solution, would you find the concentration of H+ ions in the acid plus in the water? Re-wording of question: you find the moles of H+ ions in acid +...
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    About Sodium Carbonate(Definition of base)

    I find that definition true. There's really nothing complicated or more in-depth from the question. Bases are involved in neutralization reactions, which does product water and salt.
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    Concentration of ions in a reaction

    Ok...thanks for the help anyway. I think I got it, thank you everyone.
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    Concentration of ions in a reaction

    Alright guys, I am a little bit confused on how to find the concentration of ions in a reaction. In a solution, it is relatively easy. Are the number of ions in the beginning the same they are in the end? Please give me some general guidelines: i know to begin with a balanced equation ...
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