If a solution has a pH of 6.0, then the:

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    number of hydrogen ions (H+) equals the number of hydroxyl ions (OH-).
    number of hydrogen ions (H+) is greater than the number of hydroxyl ions (OH-).
    number of hydrogen ions (H+) is less than the number of hydroxyl ions (OH-).
    solution is a base.
    solution is neutral.
asked May 27, 2013 in Anatomy & Physiology by anonymous
    

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number of hydrogen ions (H+) is greater than the number of hydroxyl ions (OH-).
answered May 28, 2013 by NewSky ~Expert~ (2,450 points)



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