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what is the pH of 10^-3 molar HCL solution?

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why dont we take in account the amount of h+ ions coming from the water which will increase the concentration of h+ ions on a whole(from common ion effect)
pH = -log[H+] i.e pH=3

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no wat about common ion effect
to find the pH or pOH of an acidic/basic solution, we have formulas like below: ~ pH = -log[H+] ~ pOH = -log[OH-] i guess common ion effect is not applied here..........
that i knw bit its written hcl SOLUTION will water H+ ion not increase the h+ concentration in the solution
"no" is the answer for your question so far i know.
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