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a 2.0M solution of Hbr will have what pH?

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    HBr is a strong acid. It ionizes 100%; therefore, 2.0 M HBr has (H^+) = 2.0
    Then pH = -log(H^+). Don't be surprised when the answer comes out negative.

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    thank you!

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