Biochemistry - Water, pH and Macromolecules - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Water, pH and Macromolecules - Section 1 (Q.No. 3)
The pH of a solution is determined by
concentration of salt
relative concentration of acids and bases
dielectric constant of the medium
environmental effect
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Bill Clinton Bright said:   7 years ago
Agree @Juliana.

Juliana said:   8 years ago
pH+p OH = 14, ph is the negative reciprocal of the hydronium ion, but if the concentration of the hydroxide ion is known. Thus the p OH can be obtained and therefore the pH.

Virendra said:   8 years ago
Chemical reaction is totally based on exchange of ion so for that we can mention the acid base concentration.

Lisanwork H S said:   10 years ago
Acid are proton donor and base is accepter, so on the base of proton concentration we can determine PH of solution.

Ayesha said:   1 decade ago
pH means negative log of hydrogen ion concentration. Acids in solution provide hydrogen ions and bases furnish hydroxide ions so we refer to both of them.

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