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predict the pH of an aqueous solution that is 0.00378 molar in HBr

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HBr is a strong acid; therefore, it ionizes 100%. pH = -log(H^+).

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how do i do this one

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can we go over this one?

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HBr is one of the strong acids. A strong acid ionizes 100%. Therefore, the H^+ concentration is the same as the HBr concentration. You are given the HBr concn, plug that into the equation, and out pops the pH. I shall be happy to check your answer.

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so am i just going like this?......
-log(0.00378)=2.422??

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Very good.

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yh you are doing grt

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