How do you find pH from OH molarity?
Considering this, how do you calculate pH from OH molarity?
To convert a concentration of into pH or pOH take the -log of molar concentration of the hydrogen ions or the molar concentration of the hydroxide ion concentration respectively. This is the pOH.
Also Know, is HCl a strong acid?
A strong acid is an acid which is completely ionized in an aqueous solution. Hydrogen chloride (HCl) ionizes completely into hydrogen ions and chloride ions in water. Because HCl is a strong acid, its conjugate base (Cl−) is extremely weak.
It's definitely possible to calculate a negative pH value. In practice, any acid that yields a concentration of hydrogen ions with a molarity greater than 1 will be calculated to have a negative pH. For example, the pH of 12M HCl (hydrochloric acid) is calculated to be -log(12) = -1.08.