The pH is a measure for the acidity (or basicity) of a solution. It is defined as the negative logarithm of the activity of the hydronium ion of a solution.

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How do I prepare a solution? (Calculation) [on hold]

I have to make 100mL of 400mM NaOH. How do I go about calculating what I need to prepare this?
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The effect of pH on enzymes

I am currently studying biology and have a question. I know that as pH increases, enzyme activity increase until the enzyme's optimum pH is reached. However, I would like to know why as pH increases ...
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What are the highest and lowest possible pH, paCO2, and HCO3 in the blood of living human?

What are the highest and lowest possible values of pH, paCO2, and HCO3 in the (arterial or venous) blood of a living human being?
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How do fish tolerate pH changes in water?

I want to know how aquatic animals behave as a natural indicator of the acidity in lakes and rivers. How do they tolerate these pH change?
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Effect of pH on life? Use buffer or HCl? How about lactic acid?

I'm trying to find the effect of pH on living things like E. coli and such. At first I thought of using a buffer solution which maintains its level of pH, but it's possible that the inactive ions of ...
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pH inside the Giardia intestinalis cells

Does anyone know where I can find information about pH inside the Giardia intestinalis cells? I was looking for this information in various papers but unfortunately, I didn't find it.
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How Do Acid and Base Loving Plants Get Enough PO4?

Acidic and Basic soils experience phosphate sequestration through binding with either calcium, aluminum, or iron. How do plant that thrive in acidic and basic soils obtain the necessary phosphate? ...