Changing temperature of water to alter PH levels

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If water were is heated to aproximately 90C will the water at this temperature have a different PH level to water at room temperature?

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Borek
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Water ion product.

That's for ultra pure water. "Water" that you deal with in normal lab is never as pure, so the dependence will be different.
 
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Water ion product.

Thanks, is was exactly what i needed. o:)

(BTW - how do you get pictures on your profile?)
 
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(BTW - how do you get pictures on your profile?)

It is a perk for contributors (and those that earned it in another way):

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yeah, I don't think i'll be getting 10,000 posts anytime soon... Aussie Dollars high but i'll wait till I get more involved in the forums. Thanks anyways for the help, much appreciated.
 

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