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Name: Catherine BrightPartner: Tristen BryantDate: 10/11/18Lab 17: pH of ChemicalsPart I. pH Measurementsa.In Excel, create a new spreadsheet that contains the following table.ABCDEF1SolutionpHVolume (mL)[H+] (M)[OH] (M)Volume for pH=7 (L)20.10 M Acetic Acid3.33200.004682.13796E-1193.547018263Baking Soda8.09308.16E-111.23027E-060.00243849240.10 M HCl1.56200.0275423.63078E-135508.45740750.10 M NaOH12.68302.09E-130.0478630096.26789E-086Ammonium Chloride6.51303.09E-073.23594E-080.0927088637Bleach11.83201.48E-120.006760832.95822E-078Sodium Acetate8.11207.76E-091.28825E-060.0015524949Vinegar2.79200.0016226.16595E-12324.362019510Apple Juice3.77200.000175.88844E-1133.9648730511Coke2.7200.0019955.01187E-12399.05246312Sodium Chloride7.78301.66E-086.0256E-070.004978761Enter the pH values you measured in lab into Column B and the volume of the tested solution in Column C.b.Perform the following calculations in Columns C and D by entering expressions into the appropriate cells inExcel.Column D - take the measured pH values from Column B and calculate the concentration of H+in molarity.Column E - take the calculated concentration of H+from Column D and calculate the concentration of OHin molarityColumn F - calculate the volume you would have to dilute your solution to for it to have a pH of 7 using the formula M1V1= M2V2

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