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calculate the pH of a 1.25 x 10^3 M HNO3 solution

This is hardly organic chemistry.
(HNO3) = 1.25E3M.
Since HNO3 is a strong acid (100% ionized), that means (HNO3) = (H^+); therefore, (H^+) = 1.25E3 and
pH = log(H^+) = log(1.25E3) = ?? The answer is approximately 3
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