Becoming Dr. Jekyll
- Apr 13, 2015
NH4Cl gives an acid solution, I get that since Cl would be considered neutral. But How come I cant "Guess-stimate" an acid solution of PH 1.2-2.8 ? How the heck am I supposed to just know this is about 5 to 6 PH ? I would think that because we have a neutral present and we now know this is acidic that our solution would be real Acidic and not a weak acid considering that Cl does not affect it ? How am I supposed to know its 5-6 PH basically..... I chose the wrong answer A ?