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    H3O+ Ion Concentration in Water

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    A. What is the pH of a solution in water with a concentration of H3O+ ions of 3.5x10^-8M. Is this solution acidic or basic?
    B. A solution in water has a pH of 5.25. What is the molarity of H3O+ ions in this solution?

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    Part A

    The pH of a solution is calculated using the following equation:
    pH = - log [H3O+]
    pH = - log (3.5 * ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution looks at the concentration of H3O+ ions in water and determines if the solution is acidic or basic

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