# What is the pH of a solution that has a hydronium ion concentration of #1.00*10^-10# M?

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Nov 5, 2015

#### Answer:

Take the negative log of your

#### Explanation:

The pH of an aqueous solution can be found simply by taking the negative logarithm of your hydronium ion concentration, or stated mathematically,

pH =

So, if we plug in your numbers we'll get:

pH =

Throw that bad boy in your calculator and you'll find your pH. Or I can just tell you. (It's 10.)