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how would you find the change in pH?

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how would you find the change in pH?

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2. Assume HClO4 is close to 100% dissociated in solution

3. From the original concentration of HClO4, find [H+] and calculate the original pH from this

4. Calculate the new (diluted) concentration of HClO4 (molarity = number of moles/volume of solution)

5. Using the new value of [H+], calculate pH again.

6. Subtract from the original number to find the difference.

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