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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by JB on Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at 12:39am.

Hi there. I'm doing a paper on Biology (yes I know, will explain the chem link in a sec) and in it am trying to find the best pH level for Slaters, using limewater and filtered water to change concentrations. I have done experiments and using bunch of ratios (eg 2 parts limewater: 1 part water. What I want to know is: if you know the concentration of the limewater and water used, and the exact amount used, is it possible to calcualate pH using that? And how would I go about doing it?
Many thanks,
JB

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