hydrogen ion


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hydrogen ion

[′hī·drə·jən ′ī‚än]
(inorganic chemistry)
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835 g KBrO3 were added successively under the conditions of stirring rate 500 rpm and hydrogen ion concentration 2.
Hence, for an hydrogen ion in equilibrium in the photosphere, the force exerted by the gravitation of the star on the ion should be offset by the radiation and gas pressure.
Now we do a simple experiment to reinforce the association between pH and hydrogen ion concentration.
Note that the concentrations are excess concentrations, meaning that they measure the concentration of hydrogen ions in excess to that found in water.
The electrode mixes its electrical energy with the material hydrogen ions present in solution to yield a millivolt reading that contains information describing the hydrogen ion concentration.
Experiments showed that the sour taste intensity increased in direct proportion to the total number of all organic acid molecules in the pickles that had an attached hydrogen ion.
The normal free hydrogen ion concentration in the plasma is 0.
The pH scale is a special scale for expressing hydrogen ion concentration as one over the log of the hydrogen ion concentration (1/log [[H.
Hydrogen ion activity was monitored with voltametric microelectrodes, whose response varied as a function of the log of the hydrogen ion concentration (6).
The acidity/alkalinity of the soil is defined by the activity or the concentration of the hydrogen ion in solution.
An acid didn't simply give up a hydrogen ion (which could be viewed as a proton), because as a proton, it could not exist loose in solution.
These alcohols normally acting as a base, can also act as an acid by losing a hydrogen ion, forming the alkoxide ion, RO- (ref.