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    Calculating the pH of a Nitric Acid/Sodium Hydroxide Solution

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    25.00ml of a 0.200M nitric acid solution is added to 50.00ml of a 0.100 M sodium hydroxide solution. What is the pH of the solution?

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    In such an acid-base reaction first we have to check whether they are strong or weak acids or bases. When we check from a table, we can see that both nitric acid HNO3 and NaOH are strong. So we can say that there will be a complete acid-base reaction. ...

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    The solution checks for strong or weak acids or bases and writes the reaction continuing to explain the answer to the problem.

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