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waheguru

  • one year ago

The pH scale is Logarithmic, I wanna make sure I have a right ansswers for these questions How much stronger is pH 12 than pH 9? is it negative 1000x or positive 1000x What about pH1 than pH 5 - 10000 or + 10000

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  1. JFraser
    • one year ago
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    "stronger" depends on which ion you want to be stronger in. If you're asking about the [H+] concentration, which essentially is what pH is defined off of, then a pH of 12 equates to an [H+] concentration of 1x10-12M. A pH of 9 makes the [H+] concentration 1x10-9M

  2. waheguru
    • one year ago
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    can you please define weather the above question would be a positive or negative then ?

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