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If 535 Ml of gaseous HCL, at 26.5 degrees Celsius and 747mm Hg, is dissolved in enough water to prepare 625 ml of solution, what is the PH of the solution?

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    What is Ml ? megaliters?

    You need to find the moles of HCl from the ideal gas equation. PV=nRT

    Then, assume the HCl entirely dissociates, so the Molaritiy= molesH/.625

    Then apply your pH definition.

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