How to Calculate PH?


pH level can be calculated with the following formula: pH= -log^10(a^H+). That means that pH equals the negative logarithm multiplied by the activity of hydrogen ions.
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Best way to calculate ph is to use a pH kit and follow the instructions. The meter says less than 7 has acidic, larger than 7 it is basic, close to 7 it is just right.
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To calculate pH, the scale measures hydrogen and hydroxide ions to determine is something is acidic or basic. The higher the number, the more acidic it is.
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1 Understand what pH is. The pH scale is used to indicate whether a substance is acidic or alkaline. It operates by measuring the potential of the hydrogen ions contained in a substance
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