The pH is define in the following way: pH = -log [H+] What that means is the pH is the negative of the base 10 logarithm of the concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution. So, if you have a pH = 0, that means that the concentration of H+ is equal to 1 molar, because -log(1) = 0. If you have a 1 M solution of any strong acid, the pH will be equal to zero.
A pH of zero means that the concentration of H3O+ in the solution is 1 molar because the pH is defined aspH = -log10[H3O+].When the concentration of H3O+ is equal to 1 M, the negative log base ten of 1 is equal to zero.Any solution of a strong acid with a concentration of 1 molar will have a pH almost equal to zero (because conc. of H2O also effects bit) . pH can in fact go beyond 0... it can be negative! A 5 M solution of HCl will have a pH ~ -0.70!See the Related Questions for more information.
pH = 0.0 (zero)
No. pH is a log scale. You can't have a pH of zero. ---- Above answer left in to correct a misconception. Yes, you certainly can have a pH of zero. A 1 molar solution of a strong acid has a pH of zero, and stock HCl (roughly 12 molar) has a pH of about -1.1 or so. pH is the negative log of the hydrogen/hydronium ion concentration, which for a strong acid is approximately the same as the acid concentration. The log of 1 is zero, therefore the pH of a 1 molar solution of a strong acid is zero. The log of 10 is 1, therefore the pH of a 10 molar solution of a strong acid is -1.
the solution will be acidic with pH = 2.3
An acidic solution will have a pH less than 7. A basic solution will have a pH greater than 7. A neutral solution will have a pH equal to 7.
3,2,1 and zero, closer to the zero is more acidic solution.
The dissociation constant, or Kw of water, is related to the pH of a neutral solution in that the pKw is equal to 14 which is equal to the sum of the pH and the pOH. Because the pKw of water is equal to 14, a neutral solution which has the same concentration of hydroxide and hydrogen ions will have a pH of 7.
pH is a measure of the strength of hydrogen. pH = -log[H+], where [H+] is the molarity (a type of concentration) of the hydrogen. If pH < 7, the solution is acidic. If pH = 7, the solution is neutral. If pH > 7, the solution is basic.
Its pH is 3
High pH is a basic solution.
yes. because the ph of a neutrasl solution is 7. Meaning, the pOH of the solution is 7 7=7
scale pH <--- HUH? hehe
When the pH of a solution is increasing this solution become more and more basic.
a pH = 1 is highly acidic
pH is a measure of the acidity/basicity of a solution.
The pH is a measure of acidity/basicity of a solution.
A mixture of ammonia solution and ammonium chloride solution. If these were mixed in equal molar proportions, the solution would have a pH of 9.25.
Equal quantities of the same thing will give you the same pH.
A higher value for pH means the solution is more basic (alkaline.)
-log(0.001) = a pH of 3
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