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when you add 10.0 mL of 1.0M HClO4 into 990.0mL water, the pH changes by 2.

how would you find the change in pH?

how would you find the change in pH?

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when you add 10.0 mL of 1.0M HClO4 into 990.0mL water, the pH changes by 2.

how would you find the change in pH?

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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