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If solution A had a pH of 8, and solution B had 1,000 times this hydrogen ion concentration what would be the pH of solution B, and would solution B be acidic or basic?

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asked by Kristin
  1. A = pH of 8.
    1,000 times means difference in pH of 3.
    If it is more H^+, then pH = 5 for the new solution. Is that acid or basic.
    pH<7 = acid
    pH=7 = neutral
    pH>7 = basic

    posted by DrBob222

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