what is the [oh-] in a solution that has a [h3o+]=1x10-6m?

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Is [OH-] greater than, less than or equal to [H3O+] in an acid solution

Hi, -------- I believe that you asked if in an acid solution [OH-] (the OH- concentration) is greater than, less than or equal to [H+] (the H+ concentration). The rule is: at 7 the OH- concentation is equal to the H+ concentration (that's PH=7). At acid solution (PH lower than 7) the H+ ...

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