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Given that Kw for water is 2.4× 10–14 at 37 °C, compute the pH of a neutral aqueous solution at 37 °C, which is the normal human body temperature.

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    kw=conccH+ * concOH- where they are equal.
    kw=x^2
    x=sqrt kw=sqrt(2.4E-14)=1.55 E-7

    pH=-log (1.55E-7)=6.81

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