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    In the january 2011 paper question 4biii why do you multiply the number of moles by 2? is it because you split calcium hydroxide into its ions? isnt it still 1 mole though?
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    In the january 2011 paper question 4biii why do you multiply the number of moles by 2? is it because you split calcium hydroxide into its ions? isnt it still 1 mole though?
    When calcium hydroxide dissolves, one mole of calcium hydroxide releases two moles of hydroxide ions into solution.
 
 
 
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