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...The final [H+] concentration is: (16.0 M)*(2.00mL) / (1000mL / 1L) = 0.032 M in H+. pH = - log [H+] where [ ] means Molarity, moles/L The solution's pH is - log (0.032) = - (-1.49). This very acidic solution has a pH of 1.49. ---------------------------------------------------------------...

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