Environmental Chemistry

Chemistry Level 2

The \(\ce{pH}\) of a substance is the concentration \([\ce{H}^+] \), measured in moles of \(\ce{H} ^+\) per liter of substance. It is given by the formula \(\ce{pH} = \log_{10} \frac {1}{[\ce{H}^+]} \).

Find the concentration in moles per liter of hydrogen ion in a liter of acid rain that has a \(\ce{pH}\) of 4.5.

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