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# How would you Calculate the H3O ion concentration in a solution with pH3 and a solution with pH8?

# What kind of compound increases the hydrogen ion concentration in a solution?

An acid. An acidic compound.

# HOW DO YOU calculate the concentration of the naoh solution?

Data given Mass =60 gram Formula mass=40 Volume=50 Molality=? m =Mass of solution _________________*Litre Formula mass Volume 60 * 1000 40 500 60000 ____…_ 20000 m=3gram Ans

# Which are the relative ion concentrations in an acid solution?

more H+ ions than OH- ions

# Is an acid or base a solution that contains more H3O ions than OH- ions?

An acid solution is a solution that contains more hydronium (H3O+) ions than hydroxide (OH-) ions. On the other hand, the reverse is true for a basic solution. Acidic solution…s will have a pH less than 7 whereas basic solutions will have a pH greater than 7 by the equation pH=-log[H3O+].

# What effect does the concentration of H plus ions have on the nature of the solution?

The concentration of H+, in chemical notation, [H+], ions determines the acidity of the solution. When we measure [H+] relative to the other constituents of the solution, a wi…de range of values are possible (around 1*1014). For convenience, the pH scale was developed where the pH of a solution is given by pH=-log([H+]) This reduces values to the familiar 1 to 14 scale, with 1-6 as basic solutions, 7 as neutral (water), and 8-14 as acidic solutions.

# What is the hydronium ion concentration in a neutral solution?

[H3O+] = 1.0*10-7 mol/L in neutral, pure water (at 25oC)

# What is the pH of an aqueous solution with the hydronium ion concentration H3O plus equals 2 x 10-14 M?

13.7 take the negative logarithm

# When the concentration of hydrogen ions decreases the pH number of a solution does what?

The PH will go up/get more basic.

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# If a solution has a pH of 7.5 what would its new pH be if the concentration of h3O plus ions in the solution were increased by 100 times?

The new pH would be 5.5. pH = -log(H+) therefore 10 to the power of -5.5 = concentration of H3O+ ions. 10 to the power of -5.5 = 3.16x10 to the power of -8. multiplied… by 100 = 3.16x10 to the power of -6. -log(3.16x10 to the power of -6) = 5.5

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# Determine the concentration of H3O plus in a solution with a pH of 9.78?

pH = -log [H3O+] [H3O+] = 10^(-pH) [H3O+] = 10^(-9.8) [H3O+] = 1.66x10^(-10) Therefore the concentration of H3O+ in a solution with a pH of 9.8 is …1.66x10^(-10)

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# WHich is more acidic a solution at pH8 or pH6?

pH is an agreed scale of acidity. It has a range of 14 steps with pH7 being 'neutral'. I.E. neither acid or alkaline. Therefore pH6, being one step less than pH7 is acidic. p…H 8, being one step greater than pH7 is alkaline.

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# What is true of a solution that goes from pH5 to pH8?

The H+ concentration decreases as the solution becomes more basic.

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# If a solution of pH 6 was made into a solution of pH 3 the concentration of hydrogen ions would need to be?

1000 times increased. 106-3 = 103 =1000 because the pH scale is logarithmic.