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Ph calculation


Number of moles [H+] in first solution =concentration of [H+] in mol/L times the number of liters. [C1]=10^(-pH)=10^(-3) mol /L
Number of moles N1=10^(-3) mol/L * 1L= 10^(-3) mol [H+]
Concentration [C2] of second solution
[C2]= 10^(-5.5)=3.16227766*10^(-6) mol/L of [H+]
Number of moles of H+ in second solution
N2=[C2]*10 L =31.6227766*10^(-6) mol of H+
Total number of moles H+ in the new solution
N=10^(-3) +31.6227766*10^(-6) =1.031622777*10^(-3) mol
Concentration of H+ in new solution
[C]=1.031622777*10^(-3) mol / (1+10) L=9.358388878 *10^(-5) mol/L
Resulting pH=-log( 9.358388878 *10^(-5) =4.02787
pH is 4.03

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pH Scale
Examples of solutions on the pH Scale compared to distilled water are set out below:
  • pH = 0 => Battery Acid which is very strong Hydroflouric Acid
  • pH = 1 => Hydrochloric Acid secreted by stomach lining
  • pH = 2 => Lemon Juice, Gastric Acid, Vinegar
  • pH = 3 => Grapefruit Juice, Orange Juice, Soda
  • pH = 4 => Tomato Juice, Acid Rain
  • pH = 5 => Soft Drinking Water, Black Coffee
  • pH = 6 => *****, Saliva
  • pH = 7 => "Pure" Water
  • pH = 8 => Sea Water
  • pH = 9 => Baking Soda
  • pH = 10 => Great Salt Lake, Milk of Magnesia
  • pH = 11 => Amonia Solution
  • pH = 12 => Soapy Water
  • pH = 13 => Bleach, Oven Cleaner
  • pH = 14 => Liquid Drain Cleaner such as "Draino"


pH Scale Numbers
This scale is logarithmic. It means that each number is 10 times stronger than the preceding number. For example, a pH of 2 is ten times more acidic than a pH of 3 and one hundred times more acidic than a pH of 4. It is important to monitor pH because live depends on it. For instance, human blood is basic with a pH between 7.3 and 7.5. If the pH of blood drops below 7.3, acidosis occurs. If the blood pH rises above 7.5, alkalosis occurs. Death will occur if blood pH goes below 7.0 or above 7.8. Our human existence depends upon a balanced and buffered blood pH.

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