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Unformatted text preview: 3 . 5. Solve for the pH of 1.00 M of HNO 3 . 18.2 pH scale 6. Order the following solutions in terms of pH from smallest to largest: 1.00 M HNO 3 0.500 M HBrO 0.500 M HNO 3 1.00 M HBrO 7. Would you expect the solution with the lowest pH to be the most acidic or least acidic. Justify your answer by considering the molarity of H 3 O + in each solution. 8. A sample of 134.53 g of HClO 4 is dissolved in a swimming pool of 36,500 gallons. There are 0.264 gallons in each liter. Solve for the [H 3 O + ] and pH of the swimming pool. 9. Concentration hydrochloric acid is typically a solution of HCl with a molarity of 35. Solve for the pH of this solution....
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 Fall '08
 dockery
 Equilibrium, Bases, pH

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