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## How do you calculate the pH of a mixture of acids?

If the pH is lower than 7, the solution is acidic. **When pH is higher than 7, the solution is basic. These numbers describe the concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution and increase on a negative logarithmic scale.**

## How do you find the pH of a mixture of acids?

**pH = -log (H+) pH = 3**.

## How do you find the pH of a mixture of acids and bases?

Determine the pH of the residual acid or base in the total solution. Example: Add 400 ml of an 0,01 molar solution of HCl to 600 ml of a 0,005 Molar solution of NaOH. 0.001 moles of HCl divided by 1 liter of water 0,001 Molar HCl solution. **pH -log (H+) pH 3.**

## How do you calculate the pH of a mixture?

For example, if the components of a two-acid solution provide 0.025 and 0.015 mol of hydrogen ions (H+), respectively, and the mixed solution has a volume of 200 ml, the concentration will be 0.040 mol divided by 200 ml or 0.0002 mol of H+. The -log of this concentration, and the pH, would then be 3.699.

## How do you find the pH of two solutions mixed together?

**pH -log[h+], Then a solution of pH2 has [H+] 10^-2 M. Solution pH2.1 has a concentration of [H+] 10^-2.1 M. If volumes mixtured are equal, then pH of the mixture -log (10^-2 + 10^-2.1). This work for solutions with the same acid.**

## How do you calculate the pH of an acid base solution?

The procedure for calculating the pH of a solution of a weak base is similar to that of the weak acid in the sample problem. However, the variable x will represent the concentration of the hydroxide ion. The pH is found by **taking the negative logarithm to get the pOH, followed by subtracting from 14 to get the pH**

## What happens to pH when acids and bases mix?

When a strong acid and a strong base are combined in the proper amountswhen [H+] equals [OHu2212])**a neutral solution results in which pH 7. The acid and base have neutralized each other, and the acidic and basic properties are no longer present.**

## How do you calculate the pH of a solution?

To calculate the pH of an aqueous solution you need to know the concentration of the hydronium ion in moles per liter (molarity). The pH is then calculated using the expression: **pH – log [H3O+].**

## How do you calculate the pH of a mixture of two acids?

Example: Add 400 ml of an 0,01 molar solution of HCl to 600 ml of a 0,005 Molar solution of NaOH. 0.001 moles of HCl divided by 1 liter of water 0,001 Molar HCl solution. **pH -log (H+) pH 3.**

## How do you find the pH of a mixture?

In an aqueous solution ammonia + water gives ammonium hydroxide. If you add a strong acid such as HCl, the base NH4OH and HCl will neutralize and form a salt NH4Cl and water. The pH of this mixture can be calculated by using the **formula pH -log[concentration of mixture] if you know how much salt is in there.**