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What are the relative numbers of H3O and OH- ions in an acidic an alkaline and a neutral solution?
Neutral- Equal Alkaline- More OH than H30 Acidic- The h30 is greater than the oh ...
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How do you Work out pH of a solution?
Depends if you have a Hydroxide [OH^-] or a Hydronium [H3O^+] solution. The Ph of an acid or base is determined by the concentration of the Hydronium [H30^+]. So just find out [H30^+], then use the equation "-log10[H30^+]. Should be between 1-14. 7= neutral. lower than 7 = acid. higher than 7= base. If you have a hydroxide to begin with. Ie. NaOH. Then you will have the concentration for the OH, which is = to NaOH. If you get something like Ca(OH)2...
A neutral solution has an equal number of what?
A neutral solution has an equal number or concentration of hydrogen and hydroxide ions. A neutral solution is one that has a pH of 7.0. Pure water is a neutral solution. ...
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Determine the hydronium ion concentration M of an acid solution with a pH of 6?
Ph=-log(H30+ concentration) so, 6=-Log([H30+]) can be rewritten as, 10-6. Hydronium ion concentration = 0.000001 or 1E-6 ...