What is a solution with a high concentration of hydrogen ions?

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Oct 17, 2016

Answer:

An acidic solution.

Explanation:

A solution with a high concentration of hydrogen ions (#H^+)# is an acid or an acidic solution. The higher the concentration of hydrogen ions (measured in mol/l or moles per litre) the stronger the acidity of the solution. This is usually measured in pH values calculating pH as #-log[H^+]#. Any value below 7 (corresponding to #10^-7mol//l#) is acidic.

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