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Solution: What is the pH of a solution that has a [H +] = 0.0045 M? a. 2.35 b. None of these c. 1.35 d. 7.0045 e. 3.35

Solution: What is the pH of a solution that has a [H +] = 0.0045 M? a. 2.35 b. None of these c. 1.35 d. 7.0045 e. 3.35

Problem

What is the pH of a solution that has a [H +] = 0.0045 M? 

a. 2.35 

b. None of these 

c. 1.35 

d. 7.0045 

e. 3.35


Solution

We are being asked to find the pH of the solution that has [H+] = 0.0045 M.


The pH and pOH of a compound determines its acidity and basicity.

• pH

▪ pH stands for the negative logarithmic function of hydronium ion concentration
can be calculated using the following equation:

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