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I have a major doubt regarding pH(might sound so stupid). But see pH is dependent on (H+) so pH depends on the normality of hydrogen ions. so whether we take 10mL of a 1N HCl soln or 100mL of HCl soln the ph should be the same for both, right? Then why do we always consider volume in the equations. plz help.

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Dear nive,

Its a very good doubt i appreciate it but you should also know that in normality term volume also comes so for different volumes the pH will be different got it....

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