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why ph is between 0 to 14

Answer Posted / bhupalreddy

*** The equation for finding the pH of a solution is –log
([H+]). That is, the negative log of the molarity of the
hydrogen ions released by the compound in solution. Almost
no chemicals can release hydrogen ions with a molarity
greater than 1 or less than 10^-14. However, there are some
rare cases where the pH of a solution is not between 0 and
14. For example, 10 molarity hydrochloric acid (there are
ten moles of hydrochloric acid for every liter of water.),
has a pH of -1 (-log (10) =-1). But these are so rare in

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