if a solution has a perfectly neutral ph what is the concentration of hydronium ions in the solution ?

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longhornlova12

If a solution has a perfectly neutral ph, then it will have a pH value of 1. pH and hydronium ions are related in a logarithmic function. Therefore,
pH = - log (H+)
7 = - log (H+)
H+ = 10^-7 M
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