(66) As the hydrogen ion concentration of an aqueous solution increases, what will happen to the hydroxide ion concentration?
 It will decrease.  It will increase.  It will remain the same.  It will shift towards 1 x 10-14 M.  None of the above.
- oeman50Lv 74 months ago
 and . The additional H+ will neutralize the OH-, causing it to decrease. One the [OH-] gets to 1 x 10-14 M, the self ionization of water will keep it at that concentration.
- Anonymous4 months ago
- davidLv 74 months ago
H+ increases then OH- decreases in aqueous solution.
- JakeLv 64 months ago
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