What are {eq}[H^+] \text{ and } [OH^-] {/eq} for 0.01 M perchloric acid?


What are {eq}[H^+] \text{ and } [OH^-] {/eq} for 0.01 M perchloric acid?

pH and pOH of a Solution:

pH of an aqueous solution is defined as the negative logarithm of the hydrogen-ion concentration.

The pH for dilute solutions usually ranges from 0 to 14.

In a similar way, the pOH represents the negative logarithm of the hydroxyl-ion concentration.

At {eq}25^{\circ}C {/eq}, {eq}pH + pOH = 14 {/eq}

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