# What is the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution of pH 9?

## What is the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution of pH 9?

Answer: If pH of solution is 9 , then its concentration is 10 ^-9 mol/l, or 0.000000001 mol of hydrogen ions.

### When pH is 9 What is the solution?

A pH of 7 is neutral. A pH less than 7 is acidic. A pH greater than 7 is basic. The pH scale is logarithmic and as a result, each whole pH value below 7 is ten times more acidic than the next higher value….

Most H+ ions: pH = 4; or pH = 5. Answer 4
Least OH- ions: pH = 8; or pH = 9. Answer 8

What is the concentration of OH ions at a pH 8?

10−6 mol per litre
If a solution has pH=8 , then its pOH is 14−8=6 and the corresponding concentration of hydroxyl OH− ions is 10−6 mol per litre.

What is the concentration of H+ ions at a pH 10?

[H+] = 10−pH, by exponentiating both sides with base 10 to “undo” the common logarithm. The hydrogen ion concentration of “Solution A” is, [H+] = 10−5.6 ≈ 0.0000025 = 2.51 × 10−6 M.

## How to calculate the pH of a solution when given the OH-concentration?

Both values equal 14. To convert a concentration of into pH or pOH take the -log of molar concentration of the hydrogen ions or the molar concentration of the hydroxide ion concentration respectively. For example if the [OH-] = 0.01 M, the -log [0.01 ] = 2.0

### What is the concentration of H + and Oh in pure water?

The higher the concentration of H3O+ (or H+) in a solution, the more acidic the solution is. The higher the concentration of OH- in a solution, the more basic the solution is. Pure water undergoes a reversible reaction in which both H+ and OH- are generated.

How to convert a concentration of into pH or Poh?

To convert a concentration of into pH or pOH take the -log of molar concentration of the hydrogen ions or the molar concentration of the hydroxide ion concentration respectively. pH = -log [ H+]

Which is the concentration of an OH base?

Concentration in bases is the concentration of OH- rather than H+ and is written as [OH-]. All substances have a pH number, a pOH number, an [H+] concentration, and an [OH-] concentration. Once you have one of them, you can use these equations to calculate the others.