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Calculating pH, pOH, pKw; Hydrolysis of salts of: weak acid and strong alkali or strong acid and weak alkali.

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15. RNH2 + H2O = RNH3+ + OH-
T=0 1 mol 0 0
T=t (1-y) mol y mol y mol
Conc. c(1-y) ...

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The solution calculates pH, pOH and pKw for the hydrolysis of salts of a weak acid, and strong alkali.

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