Q: What has a pH of 10?

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A pH of 10 is a base.

A pH of 10 is alkaline or basic. An pH above 7 is alkaline.

A pH of 10 would be a base.

A pH of 10 is 100 times more basic as something with a pH of 8

The pH of a solution is defined as -log10[H+]. Thus a solution with a hydrogen ion concentration of 10-5M has a pH of 5. [H+] = 10-5 pH = -log[H+] pH = - log [10-5] pH = 5

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A pH of 10 is a base.

A pH of 10 is alkaline or basic. An pH above 7 is alkaline.

A pH of 10 would be a base.

A pH of 10 is 100 times more basic as something with a pH of 8

if the pH is 4.7, the H+ concentration is 2 x 10-5

The pH of a solution is defined as -log10[H+]. Thus a solution with a hydrogen ion concentration of 10-5M has a pH of 5. [H+] = 10-5 pH = -log[H+] pH = - log [10-5] pH = 5

pH = 6 is the answer. For pH = 2, [H+] = 10-2 For pH = 6, [H+] = 10-6

A pH of 10 is a thousand times more basic (a base) than a pH of 7.

[H+] = 1 x 10-10 M then pH = 10

5.0 x 10-3 pH = - log [H3O+] [H3O+] = 1 x 10^-pH pH = 2.3 [H3O+] = 1 x 10^(-2.3) = 5 x 10^(-3) M

[H3O+] = 10-pH = 10-(5.0) = 1.0*10-5 mol/LpH= the negative log of the hydrogen ion concentration, pH=5 would be a concentration of 10(-5) or 0.00001 moles per liter

pH is the negative logarithm to the base ten of the hydrogen ion concentration. Mathematically. pH = - log(10)[H^+] Since H ^+ is 2.45 x 10^(-5) Substitute in pH = -log(10)[2.45 x 10^(-5)] On your calculator using 'log' button. pH = -(-4.610833916) Double negative Hence pH = 4.61 ( pH is always quoted to 2 d.p.). The inverse process is [H^+] = 10^(-pH)