# Between 1 x10 1 and 1 x10 2 h 3 o or h scientific

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Between 1 x10 -1 and 1 x10 -2 [H 3 O + ] or [H + ] scientific notation pH 0.1 1 x10 -1 1 0.01 1 x10 -2 2 0.001 1 x10 -3 3 0.0001 1 x10 -4 4 0.00001 1 x10 -5 5 0.000001 1 x10 -6 6 0.0000001 1 x10 -7 7 0.00000001 1 x10 -8 8 0.0000000001 1 x10 -10 10 0.00000000001 1 x10 -11 11 As [H + ] gets smaller, scientific notation exponents get MORE NEGATIVE , and pH goes UP As [H + ] gets larger, scientific notation exponents get LESS NEGATIVE , and pH goes DOWN

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