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Spectator ions are ions that are present in a solution but don't take part in a solution's chemical reaction. When reactants dissociate into ions, some of the ions may combine to form a new compound. Therefore, because they don't take on the role of an electron donator or acceptor, they will not affect the pH of the solution and can be ignored.
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