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Solution: Calculate the resulting pH obtained by mixing 16.5 g HCl and 22.6 g NaCl in water to create 482 L solution.1. 3.922. 5.673. 1.134. 3.035. 2.156. 4.31

Problem

Calculate the resulting pH obtained by mixing 16.5 g HCl and 22.6 g NaCl in water to create 482 L solution.

1. 3.92

2. 5.67

3. 1.13

4. 3.03

5. 2.15

6. 4.31