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It has been shown that the strong acid-weak base type pH may of a solution of a salt of the be calculated in the following manner: pH = %pKw - |pBOH At ordinary temperatures %pKw equals i log 7, c. (35) whereas at 100 it is pH at 100 is smaller by one unit, equal to 6. Evidently the the of the and reaction solution at this temperature is corre- spondingly more acid. Conversely, in a solution of a salt of a strong base and weak acid, the hydroxyl ion exponent at 100 is likewise lowered to the same extent.
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