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pH at 25 degrees Celsius

A hydrogen electrode (PH2 = 1.00 atm), a salt bridge, and a calomel electrode (E=0.280 V) are used to determine the pH of a solution. If the combination (i.e. a solution, the hydrogen electrode and the calomel electrode) gives a voltage of 0.790 V, what is the pH of the solution at 25 degrees Celsius?

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This solution finds the pH of a solution at 25 degrees with a voltage of 0.790 V.