anonymous
  • anonymous
Can a pH be a covalent bond?
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jazztiger201
  • jazztiger201
In terms of what? pH is a value of the -log(concentration of H+ ions within a solution). A covalent bond occurs between two nonmetals (to the right of the zigzag on the right side of the periodic table.
jazztiger201
  • jazztiger201
In essence no a pH cannot be a covalent bond.
Preetha
  • Preetha
@Jazztiger201 is right. If the bond between H and an element is covalent, like a CH bond, it is not going to result in the ionization of the H. H dissociates when it is bonded to O, N, F, S and such electronegative elements. IF H does not dissociate, (ionize) then there is no H+ and therefore no -log(H+) and no pH.

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