Present and thus the lake does not become too acidic Since the key ion is the hydroxide ion the nature of the

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present and thus the lake does not become too acidic. Since the key ion is the hydroxide ion, the nature of the

cation doesn’t matter in this case. Right now, pollution workers are measuring calcium carbonate in lakes and streams. If a worker studied two lakes and Lake X had a greater ppm of calcium carbonate than Lake Z, which of the two lakes would be able to withstand a greater amount of acid rain? Explain your answer.

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1.The values of t alkalinity for sample A and B is as listed below
Sample A
11 drops of phenolphthalein indicator to turn water to red or pink color.
2 drops of sulphuric acid to…
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