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Pure water at 25°C ionizes as what?
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The ionization of pure water is an ionization reaction in which a water molecule loses the nucleus of one of its hydrogen atoms and becomes a hydroxide ion. The ionic product of pure water is denoted as Kw. During this process hydronium is produced (H3O+). At 25 degrees the Kw is 13.99.
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