pH of solutions not at 25 degrees C

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peytonruiz 1H
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pH of solutions not at 25 degrees C

Postby peytonruiz 1H » Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:34 pm

How would one ind the pH of a solution at a temperature other than 25 degrees C?
Does temperature change that?

Kevin Liu 3G
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Re: pH of solutions not at 25 degrees C

Postby Kevin Liu 3G » Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:44 pm

pH drops as temperature increases, however, if you think of water, hotter water does not get more or less acidic so ultimately the concentrations of H+ and OH- are still the most important factors.

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Re: pH of solutions not at 25 degrees C

Postby Navleen Bajwa 3A » Fri Dec 08, 2017 1:14 am

pH of water decreases as temperature increases. Although the pH of water changes with temperature, the acidity remains neutral. So the hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions remain the same numbers.


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