Answer to Question #198004 in General Chemistry for niushka

Question #198004

what is the H+ in a solution with a pH of 9.28


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2021-05-25T07:48:31-0400

pH=-log10[H+(aq)]

-pH=log10[H+(aq)]

[H+(aq)]=10-pH

[H+(aq)]=10-9.28

[H+(aq)]=5.25*10-10 moldm-3

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