Problem: A current of 11.3 A is applied to 1.25 L of a solution of 0.552 M HBr converting some of the H+ to H2(g), which bubbles out of solution. What is the pH of the solution after 73 minutes?

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A current of 11.3 A is applied to 1.25 L of a solution of 0.552 M HBr converting some of the H+ to H2(g), which bubbles out of solution. What is the pH of the solution after 73 minutes?

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