|Mar28-12, 06:36 AM||#1|
Changing pH of Nitric Acid
I have done some research into changing the pH of an acid and I have gotten mixed answers
I have Nitric Acid of pH3 and I want to increase it to approximatly pH10. I have deionized water and want to add it to the Nitric Acid until its pH is approximatly 10.
I have come across different pages which says it can be done, while other pages says it cant be done.
Is there anyone out there that can answer this as I am really confused.
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|Mar28-12, 07:35 AM||#2|
You can add base to change solution pH, but it will be no longer nitric acid.
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