Molarity and pH

Molarity is simply just the concentration of H ions in an acid or base. So, say you have a concentration of 1×10^-7. The pH of that is 7.Pretty easy, eh. BUT DON’T FORGET!!!!! The pH scale only goes from 0 to 14! Oh! And I thought you might want to know: how do you get the pH of 7? Well, here’s the equation: pH = -log[1×10^-7]. The -log cancels out the – on the -7. So, your left with 7.

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