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pH

cava chem 303 s2d30 3.04 Measuring Acids and Bases

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In an aqueous solution, the product of the concentration of hydrogen ions and the concentration of hydroxide ions is always equal to 1.0 × 10^([...]) M. In an aqueous solution, the product of the concentration of hydrogen ions and the concentration of hydroxide ions is always equal to 1.0 × 10^(-14) M.
the concentrations of H+ ions and OH- ions are each is 1 × 10^([...]) M in a neutral solution. the concentrations of H+ ions and OH- ions are each is 1 × 10^(-7) M in a neutral solution.
If the concentration of H+ is then [...] than 1 × 10^(-7) M, the solution is acidic. If the concentration of H+ is then greater than 1 × 10^(-7) M, the solution is acidic.
If the concentration of H+ is then [...] than 1 × 10^(-7) M, the solution is basic. If the concentration of H+ is then less than 1 × 10^(-7) M, the solution is basic.
another word for 'basic' (as opposed to acidic) is '[...]'. another word for 'basic' (as opposed to acidic) is 'alkaline'.
The pH of a solution is based on a measurement of the concentration of [...] ions. The pH of a solution is based on a measurement of the concentration of hydrogen ions.
pH is the negative [... of the concentration of hydrogen ions, [H+]. pH is the negative log of the concentration of hydrogen ions, [H+].
Square brackets around something in chemistry mean 'the [...] of whatever is in the square brackets'. Square brackets around something in chemistry mean 'the concentration of whatever is in the square brackets'.
[H+] is the way we write the *[...]* of hydrogen ions H+. [H+] is the way we write the *concentration* of hydrogen ions H+.
pH = [mathematical formula] pH = –log[H+]
Neutral solutions have a pH of [...]. Neutral solutions have a pH of 7.
In "PEE-EYTCH", the letter P is [...]-case and the H is [...]-case. In "PEE-EYTCH", the letter P is lower-case and the H is upper-case.
Acidic solutions have a pH [...] than 7 Acidic solutions have a pH lower than 7
Basic solutions have a pH [...] than 7 Basic solutions have a pH higher than 7
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