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If a solution has a pH = 3, and another solution has a pH = 5, in terms of acidic strength, how many times weaker is the second solution?

If a solution has a pH = 3, and another solution has a pH = 5, in terms of acidic strength, how many times weaker is the second solution? Please show your calculations.

PH = 3 -log[H3O+] = 3 [H3O+] = 1.0 * 10^-3 M when PH = 5.0... View the full answer

we know that [H+] = 10 -ph For The solution with pH= 3 [H+] = 10 -3 For The solution with... View the full answer

pH=-log(H3O+ concentration) for pH= 3 H3O+ concentration=10 -pH = 10 -3 M for pH= 5... View the full answer

second solution is 100... View the full answer

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