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And to find the pH, you can use first the pOH= -log(OH-) to find the pOH, then plug it in to pH+pOH= 14. So, if the pOH is 11.5 than the pH is 2.5.
So if the pH of the lemonade is 2.5, than the formula is pH+pOH=14. So, the pOH is 11.5.
With the formula [H+]=10^-pH, you can find H+by putting lemonade's pH in for the pH. The H+ should equal .0032m.
Here is the baking soda and vinegar, hopes it makes the pain go away.
Thank you! Hopefully these items will ease my stomach ache.
With knowing about acids and bases we were about to stop abby's stomach ache.
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