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If the question gives you a pH of a solution with a certain initial molarity, could you imply that the [H+] you calculate from it is its equilibrium [H+] concentration?
I think yes, if it doesn't say anything like "the starting or initial pH was...", you can assume it is at equilibrium.
i think the problem will specify if the pH is at the initial or equilibrium state of the solution, because you could put that H+ concentration at either point when making your ICE table
Usually it should tell you if it isn't taken at equilibrium. This really isn't a big problem, just make sure you put the H+ concentration in the correct place in the ice tables.
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