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A neutral solution has a(n) _______ amount of hydroxide ions compared to hydrogen ions.

equal greater smaller unrelated

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A neutral solution has a(n) _______ amount of hydroxide ions compared to hydrogen ions.

equal greater smaller unrelated

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The answer is 'equal'.
Hydroxide ions are OH- and Hydrogen ions are H+.
Have you noticed they're opposite charges?
Positive + negative = neutral.
That's all there is to it :)

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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