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Given a 0.25M solution of hydrochloric acid, determine the hydromium ion concentration of the pH.

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Step 1

The pH of the given solution can be defined as the measure of its basicity or the acidity. It is also a measure of the molar concentration of the hydrogen ions that are present in the given solution.  The mathematical formula to calculate the pH of the given solution is as follows:

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pH--log[H Н-1

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Step 2

The concentration of the hydrochloric acid is given to be 0.25 M.

The chemical equation which represent s the ionization of the HCl is as follows:

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HCl(aq)+H2O()>H,0 (aq)+Cl (aq)

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Step 3

From the balanced chemical equation, it is clear that 1 mol of HCl forms 1 mol...

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[НО -НСІ] —0.25 М

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