What Is the PH of a 0 001 M HCL Solution?

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The pH of a 0.001 M HCL solution is three. Here, 0.001 refers to the concentration of the acidic solution. The pH is calculated as the negative log of hydrogen ion concentration.
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its PH is 3.
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A 0.01 molar solution of hydrochloric acid has a pH of log(0.01) that
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These are strong acids which means they are fully dissociated into ions in solution. Therefore, the concentration you quote are the concentrations of the hydrogen ions. pH = -log
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pH = -log[H+ Substitute the data into that
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