Problem: Determine the pH of each of the following two-component solutions.0.133 M in NH4 Cl and 0.155 M in HNO3

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Analyze what happens when two acids are mixed together and determine which will determine the pH

NH4Cl is a protonated amine (from NH3) which makes it a weak acid. On the other hand, HNO3 is a strong acid.

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Determine the pH of each of the following two-component solutions.

0.133 M in NH4 Cl and 0.155 M in HNO3

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