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What is the sodium concentration when a solution is formed by mixing 60.0 ml of 0.150 M sodium...

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What is the sodium concentration when a solution is formed by mixing 60.0 ml of 0.150 M sodium carbonate with 75.0 ml of 0.225 M sodium bicarbonate?

Strong electrolytes:

Strong electrolytes are those ionic compound that dissociates completely into its ions in water. The dissociation constant of strong electrolytes are approximately equal to 1. The example of some strong electrolytes is NaCl solution(in water), HCl in water, NaOH in water.

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Sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonates are ionic compounds and they completely dissociate in water to give sodium ions.

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