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## What is the pH of 0.1 M nitric acid?

1.0

pH values of acids like sulfuric, acetic and more..

Acid | Normality | pH |
---|---|---|

Lemon Juice | 2 | |

Malic | 0.1 N | 2.2 |

Nitric | 0.1N | 1.0 |

Orthophosphoric | 0.1 N | 1.5 |

## What is the pH of a 0.20 M nitric acid solution?

0.70

Since a complete dissociation occurs for a strong acid such as nitric acid, the concentration of the hydronium ion is also equal to 0.20 M (the same as the concentration of nitric acid). With this, we can now calculate the pH value of the solution. The pH of the solution is equal to 0.70.

**What is the pH of a 0.056 M nitric acid solution?**

You should get an answer of 1.25. Okay, that’s the Ph.

**What is the pH of a buffer that contains 0.25 M HF and 0.34 m NaF?**

A buffer containing 0.25 M HF and 0.34 M NaF has a pH of 4.12.

### What is the pH of a 0.00010 M solution of hno3?

Explanation: log10{0.0001} = log10(10−4)=−4 , by definition of the log function. Thus pH = 4 , and, necessarily, pOH=10 .

### What is the pH of a 0.014 M Ca OH 2 solution?

OneClass: What is the pH of a 0.014 M Ca(OH)2 solution? The answer is supposed to be 12.45 but I keep…

**How do you find the pH of nitric acid?**

Nitric acid is a strong acid meaning it completely dissociates in water. Therefore, you can say that the concentration of H+ ions in solution is the same as the concentration of the acid (molar concentration). So once you have that, you can use the pH formula to find the pH of the acid. pH = -log[H+]

**How do you find the pH of HNO3 with concentration?**

Therefore, you can say that the concentration of H+ ions in solution is the same as the concentration of the acid (molar concentration). So once you have that, you can use the pH formula to find the pH of the acid. pH = -log[H+] So if you have .15 M HNO3 the pH is 0.82.

## What is the pH value of a strong acid?

Those that are soluble are A solution of a strong acid at concentration 1 M (1 mol/L) has a pH of 0. A solution of a strong alkali at concentration 1 M (1 mol/L) has a pH of 14. Thus, in most problems that arise pH values lie mostly in the range 0 to 14, though negative pH values and values above 14 are entirely possible.

## What is the concentration of H+ ions in nitric acid solution?

Nitric acid is a strong acid meaning it completely dissociates in water. Therefore, you can say that the concentration of H+ ions in solution is the same as the concentration of the acid (molar concentration).