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How do you find the pH of a 0.2M HCL?

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  1. HCl is completely ionized.
    So, one gets one H+ for each HCl molecule. The concentration of HCl is .2M, so the concentration of the H+ is .2M

    Then, the defintion of pH

    pH= - log .2= you do it.

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