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What Effect Does an Increase in Concentration of H+ (Aq.) in a Solution Have on the Ph of Solution? - Science

What effect does an increase in concentration of H+ (aq.) in a solution have on the pH of solution?

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The pH of the solution is indirectly proportional to the concentration of H+ ions. Hence, with an increase in the concentration of H+(aq.) in a solution, the pH of the solution will decrease.

Concept: Types of Chemical Reactions - Direct Combination (or Synthesis)
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