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Calculate the H+ ion concentration given the following pH readings:
a) 2.00
b) 9.50
c) 10.40
d)-125(is this a reasonable question
neee help

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pH = -log(H+)
2.00 = -log(H^+)
-2.00 = log(H^+)
(H^+) =0.01M

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