What is the #[H^+]# in a solution that has a pH of 3.35?

1 Answer
May 3, 2016

Answer:

#[H^+]=4.47xx10^(-4)M#

Explanation:

The pH of a solution is usually found by the following expression:

#pH=-log[H^+]#

Therefore, to find the concentration of #H^+# we can rearrange this expression and thus,

#[H^+]=10^(-pH)#

#=>[H^+]=10^(-3.35)=4.47xx10^(-4)M#