Posted by **eliz** on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 10:05pm.

Question: Suppose you have 557 ml of 0.0300M HCL and you want to make up a solution of HCL that has a pH of 1.831. What is the maximum volume (in liters) that you can make of this solution?

I know that you can get the concentration of HCL using the pH given, but how do you than take that and get the maximum volume that you can use?

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