The concentration of [H⁺] and [OH⁻] of a 0.1 M aqueous solution of 2% ionised

The Concentration Of H And Oh Of A 01 M Chemistry Question

The concentration of [H⁺] and [OH⁻] of a 0.1 M aqueous solution of 2% ionised weak acid is [ionic product of water = 1 ˣ 10⁻¹⁴]

Options

(a) 2 ˣ 10⁻³ M and 5 ˣ 10⁻¹² M
(b) 1 ˣ 10⁻³ M and 3 ˣ 10⁻¹¹ M
(c) 0.02 ˣ 10⁻³ M and 5 ˣ 10⁻¹¹ M
(d) 3 ˣ 10⁻² M and 4 ˣ 10⁻¹³ M

Correct Answer:

2 ˣ 10⁻³ M and 5 ˣ 10⁻¹² M

Explanation:

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Topics: Equilibrium (104)
Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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