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For alkaline solutions, at the end of the calculations you add equal amounts of OH- groups to both sides of the equation in order to cancel out the H+ ions. This will create water so you cancel out the waters on each side of the equation and should be left with no H+ on either side. This is just one extra step but the process is the same as acidic solutions for the most part.
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