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Like a equilibrium constants, the values of Kw depends on temperature. At body temperature (37 C), Kw= 2.4 x 10^-14.
What are the [H3O+] and pH of pure water at body temperature?

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  1. sqrt(2.4E-14)= 1.55E-7
    which is the (H3O+) concentration
    pH=-log above=6.84

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