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Here is a gruesome story.
I have consulted with my resident chemist. The problem is far from straight forward even when you know the two volumes.
that's a point. I will try to look for the exact question
Both colourless liquids. Always read the label!
These two react and there may be some acid or alkali left at the end to give a pH. But without knowing the amount of each in the solution you cannot figure that out.
Why did he think so?
Oh my god...he though sulphuric acid was water...very funny..
Calculate the pH of a solution which consists of 0.01 m of KOH and 0.02 of HNO3
Yes, it does. Post your problem.
Yes, thats sulphuric acid.
H2SO4 means sulphuric acid...right..
Hope that helps,
It means molar does it not?