Answer to Question #13270 in Inorganic Chemistry for David Smith
How can two solutions have different ORP values and yet the same pH value, i.e. isn't pH the measure of the OH-'s, i.e. hydroxyls, in a solution, and isn't this the measure of the extra/free electrons available [for redox], i.e. the ORP?
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