What is the [h+] in acid rain that has a ph of 5.6?

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explanation:

The [H+] in the acid rain which has a pH of 5.6 is Hydrogen ion which dissociates from the acidic Carbonic acid.

Explanation:

Pure water is neutral (pH=7). However, the pH of natural, unpolluted rainwater is 5.6 which is acidic. The rainwaters acidity is from SO₂, CO₂, and NO and these are three substance which is found in the lowermost layer of the atmosphere.Carbonic acid formed by the reaction of CO₂ and water which then dissociates to give the hydrogen ion (H+) and the hydrogen carbonate ion (HCO₃-). The ability of H₂CO₃ to deliver H+  says this molecule as an acid.

                              CO₂ + H₂O > H₂CO₃

                               H₂CO₃ > [H+] + [HCO₃-]

Using the equation,

              pH = - log [H+] , we can solve for [H+] as following,

                           - pH = log [H+] ,

                             [H+] = 10-pH,

Exponentiating on both sides with base 10. The hydrogen ion concentration is,

[H+] = 10-5.6 = 0.0000025 = 2.51 × 10-6 M.

The [H+] in the acid rain which has a pH of 5.6 is Hydrogen ion which dissociates from the acidic Carbonic acid.

Explanation:

Pure water is neutral (pH=7). However, the pH of natural, unpolluted rainwater is 5.6 which is acidic. The rainwaters acidity is from SO₂, CO₂, and NO and these are three substance which is found in the lowermost layer of the atmosphere.Carbonic acid formed by the reaction of CO₂ and water which then dissociates to give the hydrogen ion (H+) and the hydrogen carbonate ion (HCO₃-). The ability of H₂CO₃ to deliver H+  says this molecule as an acid.

                              CO₂ + H₂O > H₂CO₃

                               H₂CO₃ > [H+] + [HCO₃-]

Using the equation,

              pH = - log [H+] , we can solve for [H+] as following,

                           - pH = log [H+] ,

                             [H+] = 10-pH,

Exponentiating on both sides with base 10. The hydrogen ion concentration is,

[H+] = 10-5.6 = 0.0000025 = 2.51 × 10-6 M.



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