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    Determine the pH of an aqueous solution prepared by mixing 50 mL of .125 M KOH with 50 mL of .125 M HCl while maintaining the temperature of the the system at 50 degrees C.

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    This seems like a standard reaction of a strong base with a strong acid question.
    I think that we can safely ignore the temperature in this case because both the acid and the base are strong.

    So let's ...

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    This solution provides a calculation and explanation regarding how to find the pH in a reaction between a strong acid and strong base in an aqueous solution.