Problem: How many moles of H3O+ or OH− must you add to a liter of strong acid solution to adjust its pH from 3.15 to 3.65 ?  Assume a negligible volume change.

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[H3O+]=10-pH

pHinitial = 3.15

pHfinal = 3.65

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How many moles of H3O+ or OH must you add to a liter of strong acid solution to adjust its pH from 3.15 to 3.65 ?  Assume a negligible volume change.

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