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`        m/10-naoh ki ph value please solve this question,i want the ph value of above `
one year ago

Arun
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```							Dear student pH is negative log of hydrogen ion in a solution pH is represented by pH=-log(H+) it ranges from 1-14here NaOH represent sodium hydoxideand n/10 represent normality of the solution it can be writen as 0.1None mole of NaOH produces one sodium ion and one hydroxide ion so the pH can be calulated as follows:ph=14-0.1(M)= 13  RegardsArun (askIITians Forum expert)
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one year ago
Rajdeep
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one year ago
Rajdeep
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```							Sorry, the full answer wasn’t posted due to data problems. Here’s the full. Inconvenience regretted:HEY THERE!  The given solution is of Sodium Hydroxide, which is a Base, and hence furnishes Hydroxyl (OH-) ions.So, we can easily calculate the pOH first from it’s given concentration (1/10 M) and then, find it’s pH from the formula:pH + pOH = 14 Concentration = M/10This means = 0.1 M = 10-1MpOH = – log [OH-]= – log (10-1)= 1 (log 10)= 1 Now, we get the pOH to be 1. pH = 14 – pOH= 14 – 1= 13 (Ans) Thanks!
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