The concentration of either the H+ ion or the OH − ion is given for four aqueous solutions at 298 K. For each solution, calculate [H+] or [OH − ]. State whether the solution is acidic, basic, or neutral.
1. [OH − ] = 6.0 10-7 M
2. [OH − ] = 7.0 10-3 M
3. [H+] = 8.0 10-5 M
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