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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11 or 11.0 it doesnt matter both are right answers.
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PH is computed by taking the negative log of of [H+]. By
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pH= - log [H3O] HCl+H2O>H3O+Cl. Because HCl is a strong acid it dissociates completly, which means you end up with 0.0525M of H3O and 0.0525M Cl. So. pH=log(0.0525)1.28. Source
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PO4 3- + H2O (l) --> HPO4 2- + OH- I .01 M 0 0 C -X +X +X E .01-X X X 4.5x10^-3 = [hpo4 2-][oh-]/[po4 3-] = [x][x]/[.01-x] = x^2/[.01-x] assume .01-x is approximately .01 (minimal
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